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SignUp (Evanced/Demco Software) Calendar: Feeds

You can create custom feeds (RSS, XML, etc.) from the Evanced calendar.

  1. Start with the following URL:

    https://bccls.evanced.info/signupadmin/eventsxml.aspx?dm=

  2. Next, indicate what type of feed you are interested in using by choosing which Display Mode parameter you want to use (ical, rss, rss2, xml, exml, or html) and add your selection to the end of the URL.

    As an example, if you want an RSS feed, the link would be:

    https://bccls.evanced.info/signupadmin/eventsxml.aspx?dm=rss

  3. If you would like the feed to only include events at your library, add the following to the end of the above URL:

    &lib=

    Then, add your library's CTX # to the end of resulting URL. (Find your library's CTX #)

    As an example, the final link for Allendale would look like this:

    https://bccls.evanced.info/signupadmin/eventsxml.aspx?dm=rss&lib=5

  4. If you wish, you can also add other parameters to further limit the events included within the feed. For example, you could limit the events listed in the calendar by age group, event type, etc. Click here for a full list of available parameters.

    If you do add additional parameters, they should be added in the format of:

    &parameter=value

    As an example, if Allendale chose to create an RSS feed that only included events with an Age Group of "Family" and an Event Type of "Movies & Films", the final URL would look like this:

    https://bccls.evanced.info/signupadmin/eventsxml.aspx?dm=rss&lib=5&ag=11&et=23