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Embedding Google Calendar - problems - part 2


MrNewName

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Part one: click here - I've ticked as resolved but it's not :(

Calendar page here: click here

I've moved the hosting to another page and it doesn't have problems rendering now for me but a number of people are still reporting issues.

Can anyone tell me if the calendar renders or not and if not, what browser / OS they are using.

More importantly, can anyone find me a solution?

Thanks, Kevin

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MrNewName

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Still not rendering for me on IE 7 / 8 on a number of the machines here.

Seems to be a local problem if others can connect.

Any more reports would be welcome.

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MrNewName

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Thanks MAJ - The issues with the text size is something for another day I suppose. Google Calendar has all sorts of formatting options which I haven't explored as yet. For now I just want people to be able to see the calendar itself.

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MAJ

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Ok in Vista Home Premium, IE 8 and Firefox 3.6, although "Tea at the Ritz" shows as "Tea at the Rit", Zed is cut off, but I imagine that is because of the fixed size of the field. It's the same with the text in the other two fields.

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