We’re now using the Alef Hebrew Font on Hebcal.com. Alef is an open source multiscript web-font. Here’s an example from our Hebrew Date Converter: Let us know what you think by posting a comment to our Facebook page.
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When you update your Apple device to iOS 7, you may need to adjust your Subscribed Calendar settings in order to see your old Hebcal.com calendars. Note: these instructions are no longer required. In September 2013, Hebcal.com began supporting SSL. We’re keeping this page here for historical purposes. When iOS7 was released, calendars upgraded from iOS6 to… Read more »
We’re pleased to share that we’ve made some changes to the hebcal website to better accommodate world cities. If you visit our Shabbat Times page, you’ll see hundreds of new cities available for candle-lighting times. You may notice that candle-lighting times have changed by 1-3 minutes as well. This is due to a change… Read more »
We’re pleased to announce that hebcal for Unix is now hosted on Github. You can find the new repository at https://github.com/hebcal/hebcal Hebcal for Unix has been around for 20+ years. Danny Sadinoff wrote 98% of the code, and Michael has been fixing bugs and adding features here and there. SourceForge had been providing hosting for the… Read more »
We’ve added the Parashat haShavuah to our Year at a glance printable Shabbat times page. Here’s a preview: