With Web Calendar, creating a comprehensive calendar of events for your website is a pleasure. It's as easy as jotting a note in your personal planner, and as helpful for your visitors as hand-delivering a copy of your schedule.
Description: With Web Calendar, creating a comprehensive calendar of events for your website is a pleasure. It's as easy as jotting a note in your personal planner, and as helpful for your visitors as hand-delivering a copy of your schedule. But it can do much more than just create a calendar for your website! You can also organize your events, keep track of your own personal schedule, and import information from your friends' calendars. Throw in some cool themes and an easy-to-understand interface, and you've got yourself the best option for managing your schedule and sharing it on the web. With Web Calendar, it's easy to share your schedule with your website users. Just enter the information about your event and publish your work. You can also organize your events into different calendars — one for your personal life, another for business, another for school, and so on. You can then choose which of these calendars to publish to which places — and which ones you just want to keep on your local computer. With all this flexibility and power, Web Calendar is a great way to organize your busy schedule.
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