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Try using the :first modifier to generate those headings.


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There is probably no easy add-on for scheduling as you describe it. As you mention, this scheduling app would be possible with regular channels, channel:form and a bit of javascript. When adding a new booking, the system would need to check for entries (availability) for both members and then (ajax) submit a channel:form. To cancel a booking, you'ld need ...


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Instead of limit="10", try using event_limit="10". From the {exp:calendar:events} documentation: http://www.solspace.com/docs/calendar/events/#event_limit


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You are missing the paginate parameter on your opening calendar:events tag. Try adding paginate="bottom" and see if that fixes your issue.


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You need to compose the URL for the entry yourself depending on template group and template you want to use. Looking at the sample URL you posted, I assume it will be something like {path=events/test-speaker-series}#{url_title}


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Using an early parsed var (or a Snippet for that matter) like that doesn't work. To illustrate, using the var you geva as an example, and using it like this: {exp:low_events:entries entry_id="not {lv_exclude_id}"} ... {/exp:low_events:entries} ...will result in this code when we come to the stage where tags are parsed: {exp:low_events:entries entry_id=...


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This works for me: {rules} {if rule_repeat_weeks}Every {if rule_relative_dow}{rule_relative_dow backspace="2"}{if '{relative_dow}' == '6'}Last{/if}{if '{relative_dow}' != '6'} {exp:ordinal}{relative_dow}{/exp:ordinal}{/if} & {/rule_relative_dow}{/if}{rule_days_of_week backspace="2"}{day_of_week}, {/rule_days_of_week} {/if} {if event_all_day} (all day){...


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Yes, you can do that. When you create an event, add a rule for each time of the day that the event is going to occur as well as what day of the week its happening on at said time. You can have multiple, inclusive days and times of day for an event: https://solspace.com/documentation/calendar/images/calendar_cppublish_1.jpg [Edited to make this into a ...


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{exp:calendar:cal} has the following tags that could be used: {event_start_date}, which displays the occurrence's start date. {event_first_date}, which displays the date of the event entry's first occurrence. For example, if you have an event that starts and ends on April 11th, and repeats daily until April 17th, {event_first_date} will be April 11, but {...


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If that's a Stash build, you could simply use this method for ordering entries by month and then by year (or any variation). Used it on a recent build. Works flawlessly.


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Have you looked into MX Notify? You can setup all kinds of rules and is really easy to use!


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Basically something that allows you to select an image and email it to someone like an eCard. You could address that aspect of your question with built-in functionality and one add-on. Create a channel for storing your library of "eCard Designs" that a user can choose from. Then another channel for "User Created eCards" and allow users to publish into ...


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