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Calendar version - PHP - Database : Version of the installed calendar software, the servers PHP-version ( click to see a description )  and the version of the used database..

Calendar title : Displayed in the calendar\'s top bar and used in email notifications.

Calendar URL : The calendar\'s web site address.

Calendar email address : The email address used to send or receive notification emails.
Format: 'email' or 'name<email>'.

Pathname of logo image : If specified, a logo image will be displayed in the left upper corner of the calendar. If also a link to a parent page is specified (see below), then the logo will be a hyper-link to the parent page. The logo image should have a maximum height and width of 70 pixels.

Link to parent page : URL of parent page. If specified, a Back button will be displayed on the left side of the Navigation Bar which links to this URL. For instance to link back to the parent page from which the calendar was started. If a logo path/name has been specified (see above), then no Back button will be displayed, but the logo will become the back link instead.

Time zone : The calendar\'s time zone, used to calculate the current time.

Send notification of calendar changes : When a user adds, edits or deletes an event, a notification message will be sent to the specified recipients.

Recipient list : The recipient list can contain user names, email addresses, phone numbers and names of files with recipients (enclosed by square brackets), separated by semicolons. Files with recipients with one recipient per line should be located in the folder \'reciplists\'. When omitted, the default file extension is .txt

RSS feed links : If enabled: For users with at least \'view\' rights an RSS feed link will be visible in the footer of the calendar and an RSS feed link will be added to the HTML head of the calendar pages.

Log calendar data : The calendar can log error, warning and notice messages and visitors data. Error messages are always logged. Logging of warning and notice messages and visitors data can each be disabled or enabled by checking the relevant check boxes. All error, warning and notice messages are logged in the file \'logs/luxcal.log\' and visitors data are logged in the files \'logs/hitlog.log\' and \'logs/botlog.log\'.<br>Note: PHP error, warning and notice messages are logged at a different location, determined by your ISP.

 
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