I have read 50 or more posts in this forum.
I have gone back as far as 2007 reading through random posts.
Brian I hope you are nearing or reached your full recovery from all your surgeries and trial and error processes with your health and medical issues.
I have seen a free calendar from (admin removed) or something along those lines. I keep finding myself coming back to this site for this calendar setup. EPC is much more simplified from what I can tell.
Seems like it will be a lot better too when version 7 is released
My question has somewhat been answered through other posts I think about domains, subdomains, and multiple calendars.
But I would like this clarified for myself and maybe anyone else with similiar thoughts.
I have a website for a local recreation facility.
I guess I could make categories for each sport.
(IE: Lacrosse, Hockey, Soccer, Etc.)
But my issue is this...
is main site for facility (With links to each sport sections)
These sports pages are created as subdomains and the links go to these pages via their www.subdomain.domain.com
This way when a group wants to inform the rest of the members about their sport on the site, they would just tell them http://subdomain.domain.com
instead of www.domain.com
and having to navigate through the main site to their sport.
All sports groups would need to know what other times are booked by other groups, BUT would also be able to filter the calendar to show only their sport. I know the category filter would allow for this.
Is there a license set-up that would allow someone like myself to purchase the 1 key for this site, and still have the calendars work properly on each subdomain name?
Or am I looking at having each group buy a license, YET... they all need to see easily that a time slot is available or booked.
Or last resort... I could just drop the subdomain feature all together I guess. Then stick to categories and the filter drop down.
Maybe I answered my own question.
The last resort option would probably resolve all that. lol
I also read something that wasn't verified in another post from awhile back about maybe pointing to the calendar using the server path (IE: /home/account/public_html/ )
My question there is...
If I install the calendar to
accessed by http://www.domain.com
Can the subdomain /home/account/public_html/subdomain/
accessed by http://subdomain.domain.com
still use the same calendar installed to /home/account/public_html/calendar/
Or is this still a domain name issue tied to the license key since at some level http://subdomain.domain.com
is different from http://www.domain.com
And is there a limit on the categories that can be used to seperate in my case sporting groups.
We have about 12 or more groups that use the facility on a regular basis.