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Choose the calendar page to favorite

The information below is intended:

  • On the one hand to better understand the mechanism of the addresses (URL) used by the application. Note that you can very well use all the functions of the application without knowing this mechanism.
  • On the other hand, choose unambiguously the calendar model that you want to place as a favorite, on the start page of your browser, or on the desktop.

For each periodicity (weekly, monthly, bimonthly, quarterly, half-yearly and annual), you can display by default the calendar for the current period, in the format corresponding to your last choice. The following calendars are thus available:

Several options allow you to display the calendar corresponding to a specific period, a specific format, or with specific content.
The following URL variables are available:

  • The year (year=yyyy), for example:
    2024 calendar
  • The month to display (month=m), for a monthly calendar, for example:
    April 2024 calendar
  • The week to display (week=ww), for a weekly calendar, for example:
    Weekly agenda for week 25 of the year 2024
  • The number of the bimonthly, quarter or semester, (num=p), for example:
    Calendar for the 2nd quarter 2016
    Calendar for the 3rd bimonthly (May and June) of the current year
  • The display format (format=f) allows you to specify the format of the calendar to display. If the format is not specified in the address, it is the format recently used by the Internet user, for the periodicity, which will be taken into account.
    The following formats are available:
    • format=col: one column per month, for example:
      Agenda for the current month: 
    • format=co2: one column for two months, for example:
      Annual calendar in portrait format, 'Calendar des positions' style:
    • format=t1, format=t2, format=t3, format=t4 and format=t6.
      These formats allow you to display a calendar in the form of a table per month, each table including one line per week.
      The number indicates the number of tables to be presented side by side, for example
      Table calendar for the current semester, with 3 columns, therefore 2 lines.
    • format=ph: this format will present the calendar in the form of a schedule of one line per month, for example
      Schedule for the current year:
    • format=pv: this format, rather intended for printing a detailed agenda, presents each day and each month one below the other, hence its name vertical planning, for example: Agenda for the 1st quarter
    • format=tp: this format is reserved for displaying and printing an annual decorative calendar with a photo in the center, for example:
      Decorative 2024 calendar
      /index.php?type=annuel&format =tp&year=2016
  • The fetes display option (fetes=n) offers several possibilities:
    • The display of one saint per day (feasts=11) or two saints per day (feasts=21),or more (feasts=31, feasts=41) for example:
      Display of the monthly calendar in a table with two saints per day:
    • To not display the names of saints: fetes=0

Click above on the link corresponding to the desired information, then place the page:

  •  favorite:
    • With Google Chrome and Internet Explorer: Favorites, Add to favorites...
    • With Mozilla Firefox: Bookmarks, Bookmark this page...
    • With Opera and Safari: Bookmarks, Add to bookmarks...
  •  on start page: (home page of your browser)
    • With Internet Explorer: Tools, Internet Options, General tab, Start page...
    • With Google Chrome: Menu, Settings, On startup, Set of pages...
    • With Mozilla Firefox: Menu (or Tools), Options, General tab...
    • With Opera: Menu, Settings, At startup, Set of pages...
    • With Safari: Edit, Preferences, General tab, Home page...
  •  on the desk :
    • with Internet Explorer, do File, Send, Shortcut to Desktop.
    • with all browsers: copy the address of the page (URL), then on the desktop, do 'Right mouse button', New, Shortcut...

Also see

Custom Calendars :