Hi, thanks for this service!
There is a transliteration issue in the Ashkenazi+Hebrew option. Probably in the Ashkenazi option alone of course but I didn't check it.
Leil Slichot should obviously be Leil Slichos.
I tried to see the Torah readings for March 25th, 2017 - Kee Tisah, and there's none, only for February 2016.
I want to change the display text, however, but don't know how to do it.
For example, I want to change
- Candle lighting: 8:07pm on Friday, 15 Jul 2016
- This week's Torah portion is Parashat Chukat
- Havdalah (50 min): 9:14pm on Saturday, 16 Jul 2016
- Candle lighting: 8:07pm
- Torah portion: Parashat Chukat
- Havdalah: 9:14pm
Is there a way of just generating the times without any of the other text? Or separating the text into distinct sections that I can hide or display? Apologies if you've answered this elsewhere-I'm a bit new to coding API's.
When I went to download the HebCal WordPress plug-in, it said it has not been tested with the newest version of WordPress, which makes me a little nervous about using it since the copyright at Hebcal.com is 2011. I am using WordPress 4.5.3 with Headway theme version 3.8.8. Does anyone have experience with this version 4.5.3 of WordPress? Also, is this a regular calendar, or just the dates mentioned? I was looking for an actual calendar that might do Hebrew dates and Jewish Holidays. Thanks.
it's frustrating to see this on my calendar and it won't let me delete the entri
Where are Holocaust Remembrance Day. Israel Independence Day, and Yom Yerushalayim?
Hello, I would like to
know how the Hebrews came up with the year 5776?
How do you figure that exact year?
Did Adam or Eve leave a message as to what year the beginning started?
How do you know? I am not really being funny. I just want an explanation of how someone came up with the exact year that the earth began? Through science? Science claims it is millions of years old which we know it isn't. What? Please respond. I am glad to see the 5776, but how do you know it isn't year 5976 or 5986? How did you figure it? please explain. Inquiring minds would like to know. Thanks for a prompt response.
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