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03-27-2005, 11:01 PM
Your script looks real nice, I am looking at purchasing it, but I have one question..
Can you use a small calendar, for example, in a navigation bar or oh the home page of a site and then use a largerer verison/layout, like your text demo, on a different page of the site?
I dont see anyone using this in any of the demo sites. They all use one layout either small or large so I though I would ask ahead of time.
thank you in advance
well I have been able to answer my own question by trying it out, answer is YES!
03-28-2005, 02:01 AM
I have a new question as I am ready to purchase a license.
We are redesigning an existing live website. We are doing this on a new hosting companys server so we have a temp url right now because the domain is being used for the live site.
We are incorporating your script into our new website using the sites temporary url (http://www.newwebhostcompany.com/~newdomain) until we are ready to point the domain name from the old web host dns (ns.oldwebhostcompany.com), to our new web host dns(ns.newwebhostcompany.com).
I used the temp url in the script and it works just fine. If I purchase a license today, will there be any issue when the url changes from the temporary url to the actual website url.
03-28-2005, 09:24 AM
The license is tied to the domain name and IP address when it is installed. If the domain changes, the license would no longer work. You may want to use the trial license until the domain name propagates.
03-28-2005, 09:44 AM
The issue is then, how does one use your script for a redesign of a live site. obviously I can not move the site over until I show the client a working version of the new site, WITH THE CALENDAR THEY WANTED, and then when we go live, their calendar will not work for up to 48 hours, cant do that...
You have no way of updating a license?
What if I just bought a new license after launch (the $18 is cheap enough for me to just throw away rather than have to explain to a client why we cant get it to work right away)
03-28-2005, 10:07 AM
The license can be updated.
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