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WordPress Question - mini calendar on home page?

Posted on 2011-03-19
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Hello,

Is it possible to display a WordPress mini calendar on my home page (which is non-wordpress) while the blog page (folder) is wordpress.   Can I do this through jQuery?   Is there a jQuery or Yahoo YUI solution?
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So... your blog is wordpress, but your site isn't, and you want to display the calendar widget from your wordpress blog on your non-wordpress home page, right?

I would imaging that the simplest way to do this would be to create a wordpress template for your page that only has one thing on it: the calendar widget, and then use an iFrame to display the calendar.

I don't like using iFrames, but I can't think of another way that you will be able to get the widget to work in a non-wordpress environment.
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Makes sense to me......  Thanks!
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