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    Default Shift Calendar for Website

    I am in process of creating a website for our local union and would like to have a Shift Calendar on it. I have found these on union made sites but require to host with them at a much higher cost than what I use. Any ideas on where to find code to make one of these calendars. We work 24/48 shift.


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    http://www.fire-ems.net/calendar/make.cgi

    This can be added as a link to your site but it will not be a permanent calender. every time someone wants to look up their schedule they will just have to go to the link....take a look at it and see what you think

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    Charlotte NC Station 1 has their shift calender as a button on their site, it looks like they scanned it on and placed it as an image, contact them and see how they accomplished it...

    http://www.the1house.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwboudreau55 View Post
    Charlotte NC Station 1 has their shift calender as a button on their site, it looks like they scanned it on and placed it as an image, contact them and see how they accomplished it...

    http://www.the1house.com/
    Looks like they created it in Outlook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwboudreau55 View Post
    Charlotte NC Station 1 has their shift calender as a button on their site, it looks like they scanned it on and placed it as an image, contact them and see how they accomplished it...

    http://www.the1house.com/
    It's an (Adobe Acrobat) PDF file - could have been made in anything from Word to Excel to Outlook then "printed" to a PDF.

    It is not dynamic or perpetual - eventually you run out of pages but it's a cheap solution.
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    You can generate one through the Services link at the top of the page here too.
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