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Note on Calendar Events
« on: December 20, 2005, 09:30:06 PM »

If you are posting a fishing tournament to the forum calendar, you are probably better off putting that post in the appropriate topic under Tournaments on the forum.

Just a few quick notes on how to get the most out of this forum's calendar. You can post your event here, one event per post and follow the format on the other posts, plus add whatever you want for more details in your post.

After you save your post to the forum, click on the "Link to Calendar" button/link at the bottom of your post and put a short title about the event along with picking the date out of the month day year boxes - your event can be 1 to 4 days long. Save that and a live link to your information post will show up on the calendar.

It's easier to use the calendar itself to quickly look for upcoming events. Plus upcoming events will be highlighted as they get close among the details at the bottom of the main forum page.

Interested parties can then click on the calendar to check out the details in your post. Let me know if you have any questions, or you can use the Help button too.

Note: ALWAYS confirm tournament dates, locations and details with the actual organization since they are subject to change and/or inaccuracies, especially early in the year.
Dan
« Last Edit: March 03, 2010, 11:45:34 PM by djkimmel »
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