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7/28/09
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ceaton422

does an embedded calendar automatically update with changes?

if I add an event/meeting to my google calendar will it automatically update where I have that calendar embedded?  (my website)  if not, do I have to continually re-paste the html every time I make a change/add an event??
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Coach Donna
7/29/09
Coach Donna
I would love to know the same thing. I find it very hard to believe that every single time I update some aspect of my calendar that this application requires me to re-paste the updated code. It seems if it is linked to my web-page then it should automatically update itself. Am I wrong?

Donna
Coach Donna
7/29/09
Coach Donna

Hey Ceaton422,
Here is what I found by doing some further investigating
Donna

SleepNinja, 

Easy answer: Yes! 

The link is a dynamic one, so any changes to your GCal will update on 
your website calendar.  What you might find, however, is that if you 
have your website calendar open and make a change to your GCalendar, 
your website might appear not to update; pressing the Refresh button 
in your browser, however, should force the website calendar to refresh 
itself and show the latest version of your GCal. 

Patrick 


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