Code/plugin/module to create PDF of website calendar [closed]

I’m trying to find a method to create beautiful PDFs of website calendars. An example of what I’m talking about can be viewed if you click the Create Brochure button on this website.

Note: You may need to click the calendar icon in the top right, then click the icon next to it again to get the button to appear in the left column.

I see that it’s API driven. Is there an option out there that is not proprietary?

Custom Permalink Structure for The Events Calendar

I am trying, programmatically, to alter the permalink structure of events created by The Events Calendar plugin. I already have other posts and pages set-up and don’t want to change the permalink settings.

So the plugin currently creates events with structure: 

The current site (non-WordPress) currently uses: 

I would like to keep that structure. I have code that creates a permalink, or at least partly:

function my_custom_rewrite() {     global $  wp_rewrite;     $  wp_rewrite->add_permastruct('tribe_events', '/events/%year%/%name%/', false);     $  wp_rewrite->flush_rules(); } add_action('init', 'my_custom_rewrite');  function my_custom_permalinks( $  permalink, $  post ) {     if  ($  post->post_type == 'tribe_events') {          $  meta = get_post_meta($  post->ID);         $  newDate = date("Y", strtotime( $  meta['_EventStartDate'][0] ));         return str_replace( array('%year%','%name%'), array($  newDate,$  post->post_name), $  permalink );   }   return $  permalink; } add_filter( 'post_type_link', 'my_custom_permalinks', 10, 2 ); 

I know it is not perfect. now redirects to Perfect but shows 404. I have tried a number of hooks, pre_post, etc… but can’t seem to get WordPress to show the event on the new URL. Can anyone point me to the correct hooks to use to finish this/get it working?


SharePoint Welcome Page Calendar

I have a SharePoint welcome page that leads to new modern team sub sites, kind like a hub or holder for the sub-sites. The welcome page is on an older version it looks like. The heads of the department want the welcome page to display a calendar of the upcoming reoccurring trainings in a calendar view. The problem is the calendar app i have create is compressed and doesn’t show details like this: enter image description here

This is useless. I have tried adding in script editors to fix the row height none of that is working. I have edited the web part and fixed the height but the actual calendar portion does not increase in size. Is there a ways i can make this stupid calendar show relevant details instead of useless blue lines?

My edit page look like this if that helps:

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Problema al mostrar eventos full calendar

Mi calendario de full calendar no muestra los eventos Os muestro mi código

Tengo el siguiente error

lang-all.js:1 Uncaught ReferenceError: jQuery is not defined at lang-all.js:1 at lang-all.js:1

El calendario funciona correctamente, se muestra en español y no hay problemas. Sólamente con mostrar los eventos

<script>     document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', function() {       var calendarEl = document.getElementById('calendar');        var calendar = new FullCalendar.Calendar(calendarEl, {         plugins: ['dayGrid'],         locale: 'es',         height: 'auto',         events: [           {             title  : 'event1',             start  : '2019-10-10'           }         ]       });        calendar.render();     });   </script>
<link href='fullcalendar/core/main.css' rel='stylesheet' /> <link href='fullcalendar/daygrid/main.css' rel='stylesheet' /> <script src='fullcalendar/core/main.js'></script> <script src='fullcalendar/core/locales/es.js'></script> <script src='fullcalendar/daygrid/main.js'></script> <script src=''></script>  <div id='calendar'></div>

Approval for event creation in Sharepoint Calendar

I tried creating a workflow and made my manager the person who would get the notification and was expecting her to have the power to reject the event creation but I was allowed to create the event, although she was just notified.

Now to support the above statement I should tell you that I am trying to make a system in Sharepoint Calendar so that whenever a person tries to schedule a meeting or event, it should first go to the person of authority and should only appear on the calendar when that person of authority has approved it.

I even tried creating a Microsoft Flow for it, but wasn’t able to because the Calendar doesn’t show up in the list of ‘Lists’.

I just want to know if this is the correct way of achieving that, and if yes what am I doing wrong? If no, then what’s the better way?

SharePoint 2013 Calendar Event Display

I’m trying to come up with a solution to an aesthetic problem I’m having with Calendar entries, and I hoping there is one. Currently if I have a single event in a day, it displays in two rows…one above the other. This is what I want. However, I was wondering if there was a way to switch which is on top and which is on bottom. For example, my entries list the time of the events first, then underneath they list the title. I’m looking to have the title be the first thing the user sees.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you,