Modify a Calendar
Open the calendar you want to modify by selecting it from the left hand file tree. Click the Modify button.
You can change the name and type of calendar, hide columns from your calendar schema, replace your UI template or add categorical functionality to your calendar.
Options in this panel govern how the calendar is going to be displayed on the web. Solodev has some customization options to handle the web, most notably SEO Optimization. In the first section there are two options to upload templates. The repeater template will display all of the entries of your calendar. Your display template will display the details of a specific entry. You can then determine how many items should be displayed per page, per row, and how many pages to display as well as specifying image sizes.
For a list of terms and definitions, visit the Datatable - Website Properties page.
In this panel, you can upload a return page to display after a calendar action. You can upload a company logo to append to your calendar as well as a custom email to send out based on calendar activity. This panel also allows you to add email addresses that will receive calendar-related notifications via email.
For a list of terms and definitions, visit the Datatable - Email Options page.
In the advanced panel, you can select enforce user permissions which are calendar-specific permissions. Protect fields, when selected, prevents SQL injection and provides other security measures. Post processing allows you to code your own PHP to serve as the action of your form. In add template map, you can define custom attributes for future access.
For a list of terms and definitions, visit the Datatable - Advanced Options page.
Add or edit the forms fields through the table schema, type of input and length.
For a list of terms and definitions, visit the Datatable - Table Schema page.
Access and leverage the data stored in your Solodev calendar via API and integrate with third party applications or power data rich applications such as mobile apps.
For a list of terms and definitions, visit the Datatable - API Info page.