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***css_calendar*** question

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I know nothing about cascading style sheets, However I do try to avoid deliberately puttnig broken links on my page,like those "W" links in the standard calendar, so I'm using the ***css_calendar*** sime some style code I got from another thread to remove them.

So far, so good. However, what I would like to do is, if possible, set up the calendars so that they look like the standard calendars, color scheme and all, just without the "W" tags. I think the standard calendar looks better with Phalanx's "charcoal" template than what's on my page now. Can this be done and how? I reiterate, I know nothing about CSS so any explanation will have to be in simple terms.
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Hmm... I think you can just replace the ***css_calendar*** tag with ***calendar*** and it should work.
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I used the ***calendar*** tag originally, but I wanted to get rid of the "W" links which lead nowhere. I'm just wondering if I can get the benefits of both, the color scheme of the ***calendar*** tag and the lack of the "W" links that can be set in the ***csscalendar*** tag.
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I see what I can do...

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Here we go....

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<style>
.ks_calendar {font-weight: bold; border-collapse: collapse;}
.ks_calendar td {padding: 1; text-align: right;}

.ks_cal_title a {vertical-align: super; font-size: smaller;}
.ks_cal_row {text-align: right; padding: 0;}
.ks_cal_nm_c { background:#b0b0b0;}
.ks_cal_nm_e { background:#b0b0b0; color: #000000;}
.ks_cal_c { background:#d0d0d0; text-align: right; }
.ks_cal_e {background:#d0d0d0; color: #000000;}
.ks_cal_today { background:#ffffff;}


.ks_cal_wk_e ,.ks_cal_wk_c, .ks_cal_wk{display:  none}
</style>
Just replace your current styles with this. It already includes the no-week string.

Minor thing: The title for the original calendar was designed to include the width of the W column. Because of which, said title may stretch the calendar just a bit with the addition of a next month link in your archive.
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Great. That did it. Also worked on the big calendar so I'm set.
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