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Knowledge Base Lobby : uReserve Support Conference : General Questions
Jul-19-18 09:42 AM EST
Original Message
Author Ed on 03-06-2002 at 20:15 (EST)
Where can I edit so I can put some instructions on the scheduler like you guys have.

Demo Instructions

Red indicates that the resource has been reserved for that time frame.

You can reserve a resource yourself by clicking on the resource's name on the desired day.

You can see who has a resource reserved by clicking on the R symbols on that day.

Use the navigation buttons at the bottom to view the resource schedule of a different week.

And can I put a link in that section?



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  RE: Customize Bill Weiner, 2002-03-06 22:24:36 (1)
            customize Ed, 2002-03-07 02:16:55 (2)

Messages In This Discussion
         1. RE: Customize
        Author Bill Weiner on 03-06-2002 at 22:24 (EST)
Here are some instructions on how to modify the script to add instructions (or any HTML) at the top of the schedule pages:

STEP 1: Make a backup of your current script... just in case.

STEP 2: Open you script with any text editor such as WordPad.

STEP 3: Do a search on the following line:

sub display_week_graphical

(This will get you to the start of the subroutine that outputs the schedule HTML.)

STEP 4: Do another search on the following text:

print "BGCOLOR=

This is start of the HTML < BODY >

STEP 5: Immediately AFTER that line, you can add additional "print" statements to output your custom instructions/HTML.

STEP 6: Save the script... as TEXT if your editor asks.. and try it out!

NOTE: When adding any print lines, remember that you will have to "escape" any special characters ... such as double-quotes (") ... by putting a backslash () in front of the special character. For example, if you wanted to add this HTML:

< A HREF="" > My Website < /A >

Then you would add a print line like this ... with the double-quotes escaped with backslashes....

print "< A HREF="" > My Website < /A >";
                 2. customize
                Author Ed on 03-07-2002 at 02:16 (EST)
Thank you very much for the quick response, that worked great!

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