Events listing page
The main listing page for events can be reached by adding /events to the url. Communico uses <keyword>.libnet.info as a default url for library clients.
For example, for Seasons Library who's keyword is 'seasons', their events listing page would be seasons.libnet.info/events
By default, the events listing page displays a list of all events at all locations for the current day.
Prefiltered events list options
You can create customized, pre-filtered listings by using the following options based on this url format:
t= Event Type
v= View (list or grid)
r= Date Range (today, tomorrow, thismonth, nextmonth, thisweek, nextweek)
term= Keyword or Search Tag
Filter by Age group
For example if you have an age group 'Adults' and just want to display events for that age group, add the age group after a=
Filter by Location
Add the location, for example, 'Wintertown' after l=
Filter by Event type
Add the event type, for example, 'Games' after t=
Filter by View
The default view by 'List' but you can also view as calendar or 'Grid'.
Add the view type, after v=
Filter by Date Range
The default range is 'today' but you can also view as tomorrow, thismonth, nextmonth, thisweek, nextweek.
Add the Date Range, after r=
Note: date range option does not work for the grid view.
You can combine filters by adding '&' between the filters.
For example Event type 'Games' at 'Wintertown' branch next month would be:
URLs can only be sent over the Internet using the ASCII character-set.
Since URLs often contain characters outside the ASCII set, the URL has to be converted into a valid ASCII format.
URL encoding replaces unsafe ASCII characters with a "%" followed by two hexadecimal digits.
URLs cannot contain spaces. URL encoding normally replaces a space with a plus (+) sign or with %20.
For example, Story Time would be encoded as Story%20Time.
After creating your text string, use an online encoder to ensure it is valid.
Libnet.info is the default domain, but if you are use Communico to build your website you can use a different or existing domain you own. So, for example, if you owned seasonslibrary.org your url could be seasonslibrary.org/events