Not sure why it may not be showing, but in the meantime, you are more than welcome to clone this Yahoo! Pipe I set up not too long ago to sort events by their start date:
By default, the feed sorts then based on the date that they were entered, which may not necessarily match (likely, it doesn't) the date on which they take place.
Hope this helps!
You can find my pipes solution to concatenate event date, event title and location in one (sorted) feed http://pipes.yahoo.com/voilerc/hebdocalendrier
You're welcome to expand it and share :-D
Thanks, Pierre. I've spent some time playing with this but I still can't get it to do what I want.
I need the output to be a 5 event list in this format:
<span class="linkDescription">Location, Date</span></li>
So the output fits into the events box on the left column of our home page www.oscar.org.uk
Any help you or others (Robin?) can give me on this would be much appreciated.
In an another pipe, I've made a total rewrite of the output to be able to use only description field (it's for a automatic newsletter). It looks a bit like what you want to do...
I've created several pipes now and I think I've got them doing what I want them to do but I'm now stuck on gettting them into my webpage. Any advice?
This needs to go in the left column of the page oscar.org.uk (under events)
The simplest option i see is to use it as RSS feed. In your page, you put a rss-reader block (under event) and you parameter it to read your pipe as rss...
A second option is to use Yahoo Pipes badge. First go to your pipes home, set parameters for your badge and copy the embedded code. Second go to your network, put a text block on your home, edit-it as html (button on the upper right) and paste the embedded code... That's all !
PS : great network template, is it designed by you ?
I really appreciate your help on this.
I've been trying to format the badge (script) to get it to show properly. I'm displaying it in an events box on my website home page (not the Ning community).
See my current home page at www.oscar.org.uk/index.htm (note the events box in the left column, which is manually inserted and updated with straight html).
Now see my experimental home page at www.oscar.org.uk/indextest.htm which has the badge embedded code in the events box. I've tried to get it looking like the existing one but can't.
The pipe I'm trying to use is
Have you got any suggestions how I can adjust the pipe to make it look right?
Hello Mike !
I've just have a look to you indextest.htm. It's a great start, but now you must specify specific css for this module to looks like other boxes... With which tool do you make this site ?
PS : i've look to your source code and strange things appears to me : meta keywords have syntax errors and your Google Analytics is an old one... :-(