Configuration > Output
This screen specifies the settings for how the program writes out the html files.
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Full path for HTML output: This box specifies the directory in which the html files will be written when you select either the Write
or Publish button from the main screen. You can browse to an existing directory by clicking on the button to the right of the text
Start year with: Selects the month with which the years worth of calendar starts. There are three options.
- January - Starts year with Jaunuary of the current year
- Current month - Starts year with the current month of the current year
- Selected month - Starts year with the month selected in the date selector labled Selected start date right below the Start year with box
HTML Output file names: The program has three options for naming the output html files for the individual months. They are as follows
- Selected language - Names the output files using the selected language
- English - Use the English month names regardless of the selected language
- Month number - Use the number of the month rather than the name
File extension: Selects the extension to be used with the html output files. Two options which are .htm or .html
Start week with: This option allows you to select the day the calendar will use as the first day of the week. Simply select a day and that day will
be output as the first day of the week.
Allow link to www.dbhsoftware.com: Checking this box will allow the program to add a link to my web page at the bottom of your calendar.
FTP: This section contains information needed in order for the program to be able to transmit your files to the web server hosting your calendar
pages. The program uses a simple FTP transfer with no error checking, so if the settings you have are wrong it will not work and may not even tell you
that it didn't. However, if the settings are correct it works quite well.
- Host user name - The name of your account on the remote web server
- Host name or IP address - The name or IP address of the remote web server
- Port - The port used for FTP transfers. This is almost always port 21
- Host password - The password for the account on the remote web server
- Remote upload path - The directory into which the files will be uploaded on the remote web server