First, you’ll want to start by including the CSS and JS in your header, per the FullCalendar Basic Usage.
Then, for the
events configuration, use a
url that references our Jewish calendar REST API, but change
You won’t need to specify a
year=YYYY parameter, as the fullcalendar.io script automatically sends
end=YYYY-MM-DD parameters for you.
For best performance, be sure to use
Here’s the FullCalendar invocation:
If you’d like to include candle-lighting times for Shabbat and holidays, be sure to adjust the
url parameter to include
c=on and one of the location fields (such as
geonameid=3448439 for São Paulo, Brazil).
We recommend some specific styles to make the page look prettier:
Here’s a complete example that uses the aforementioned JS + CSS, and also includes the necessary stuff to load FullCalendar.io and dependencies via CDN: