Here is where I chronicle my poker adventures on my journey to becoming a competent poker player. Don't expect anything too serious, but wise words from a fool are no less wise.
OMG! That explains so many things!Thanks for the laugh. I'll go back to pouting over my feline bad beat now.
That is awesome!Nuff said.No explanation is necessary.
P.S. Your Poker Calendar button takes me to my own Google calendar. Not sure what you need to put there if you want people to be able to subscribe to your calendar, but you can embed your actual calender into the page. I have the PS TOUR calendar on my blog (agenda version) but you can also create a custom widget using their tool. You find it by clicking the HTML button under the private address section and click on configuration tool. [/annoying busy body]
gadzooks, please explain again how to fix this!
OK, here goes.Google CalendarManage Calendars (lower left)Click on the Calendar you want a Widget for.On bottom of Calendar Details Tab is Private AddressClick the HTML buttonPopup comes up with actual calendar link and link to Configuration Tool. Configuration Tool opens in another window and asks you to choose your options then gives you the html code that you will embed into the blog.Option B would be to just take the link that they give you in the private address popup and make that the href url for the button that is already there. That will bring up your actual calendar whenever they click it. If you named it as a public calendar, it can be added after a search by title. But, I don't see what the name is from your link.Or, it can be added using your registered email address with the "Add a friend's calendar" option under Add drop down on the main calendar screen but we would need to know your registered email address.
u tArd callz meh frush drawz wit dat?
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