You may use these HTML tags to insert a small form directly on your web page, with a reverse link back to your site: Make sure you replace both the ref_url and ref_text value fields with with your own synagogue’s.
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Follow these instructions to add a Hebcal Jewish holiday calendar 5-year feed to newer versions of Microsoft Outlook in “overlay” mode. This technique uses Outlook’s “Internet Calendar Subscription” feature which keeps a separate calendar from your primary calendar. (If you plan to sync Outlook with a BlackBerry, consider using the old-style instead.) Go to http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal/ Fill… Read more »
Follow these instructions to add a Hebcal Jewish holiday calendar 5-year feed to older versions of Microsoft Outlook. First, you’ll need to download an Outlook CSV (Comma-separated values) file from hebcal.com: Go to http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal/ Fill out the form with your preferences and click the Create Calendar button Click the Download… button Select the Outlook 97, 98, 2000, 2002, 2003 option from… Read more »
To remove an Internet Calendar Subscription from side-by-side view, clear the check mark for the calendar in the Navigation Pane. To remove the Internet Calendar Subscription from the Navigation Pane, right-click the calendar name, and then click Delete calendar name. Internet Calendar Subscriptions can be added, changed, or removed from the Account Settings dialog box…. Read more »
Pages generated by the Interactive Jewish Calendar can be printed very easily on standard 8.5×11″ paper. Just try “Print Preview” and you’ll see what it looks like. You can print out an entire year at a time and each month will end up on a separate sheet. To print other sizes, we recommend and importing… Read more »
Yes. The code is freely available under the terms of The BSD License. Download from http://www.hebcal.com/dist/.
When hebcal exports to CSV format, it puts the text “Jewish Holidays” in the Location field. That is there to make it easy to remove entries from your calendar if you got the wrong settings. For example, if you were using candle-lighting times but entered the wrong zip code, you could follow these instructions to… Read more »
Some users have a mismatch between the date format they are downloading (USA vs. European) and the setting you’re using in your control panel. This usually results in events that were supposed to take place, for example, on September 2nd instead showing up on February 9th (i.e. the date “9/2″ vs. the date “2/9″). If… Read more »
Developers: the hebcal for Unix source code is now stored in a Mercurial repository, hosted by sourceforget.net. You can browse the hebcal hg repository. (Previously the source code had been stored in a CVS repository, also on sf.net.)
We’ve fixed a timezone issue for Arizona that was affecting Apple iCal, Google Calendar, and other iCalendar users. Hebcal.com now uses the “America/Phoenix” timezone instead of “US/Mountain” for all candle-lighting and havdalah times in the state of Arizona. Our apologies if you were getting times that were fine on the hebcal.com website but one hour… Read more »