Commit 4b00e787 authored by Robert Rollins's avatar Robert Rollins

Issue [#2077441]: Updated docs to be more clear about attaching an iCal feed to a views.

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or a Node Reference field, in which case the title of the node will be used.
10. Give the feed a path like 'calendar/%/export.ics', where you have a
'/%/' for every contextual filter in the view.
11. Attach the feed to a page view.
12. Make sure the Pager options are set to "Display all items".
13. Add date filters or arguments that will constrain the view to the items you
11. Make sure the Pager options are set to "Display all items".
12. Add date filters or arguments that will constrain the view to the items you
want to be included in the iCal feed.
14. Navigate to the page view. You should see the iCal icon at the bottom of the
view. If you click on the icon it will download an .ics file with the events
that matched the view criteria.
13. Attach the feed to a another view (usually a Page view that is displaying
the same events). Be aware, though, that attaching the feed to a view with
different output will not make the iCal feed include that output. It will
always include the events which match the feed's filters.
14. Save the View.
15. Navigate to a page which displays the attached view. You should see the iCal
icon at the bottom of the view's output. Clicking on the icon will subscribe
your preferred calendar app the iCal feed. However, if you don't have a
calendar app set up on your computer, you'll want to go back to the View
settings page, click the Settings link next to "Format:iCal Feed", and check
"Disable webcal://", then save your View. This will make the iCal icon
download a .ics file with the events, instead of loading the events directly
into a calendar app.
HOW TO CREATE AN ICAL FEED (using the iCal Fields plugin)
1-6.These steps are the same as above.
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