Forum for Hebcal.com - Free Jewish holiday calendars, Hebrew date converters and Shabbat times
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Susan B. 2 years ago • updated 2 years ago 5
I put the JS for both Hebrew and Transliterated Hebrew date on this page https://bethemeth.org/jewish-calendar but it does not show up. In the next topic on the page, the JS for Shabbat times works great. The dates did work in the past. This is a Drupal site and I'm not a tech expert, so hoping someone can tell me where I went wrong. Thanks in advance.
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Michael J. Radwin 2 years ago
Looks like a mismatch between http and https. Your synagogue website is https, but you were trying to load from hebcal over http. The security-level mismatch prevents the browser from fetching content from hebcal.com.

If your website uses https, you'll need to reference hebcal URLs using the same protocol.

We've updated our script tags to use // instead of http://. See the updated HTML you should use at this page:

http://www.hebcal.com/home/40/displaying-todays-hebrew-date-on-your-website


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Seraphya Berrin 2 years ago • updated by Michael J. Radwin 2 years ago 5

I was wondering if there is a way to get just the Parshat Hashavua for a given hebrew or gregorian date, the way it tells you that info when you go to the date converter https://www.hebcal.com/converter/

I ask because I made a google doc that if you input an Gregorian date it will tell you when the earliest Gregorian date is for a bar or bat mitzvah:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_F1qHbJsZTLk6p8_QYWha7dnlcEHokuMHA1Rjx3nMqI/edit#gid=539710776

and I was wondering if I can also easily get another column to be the parsha for that date


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Michael J. Radwin 2 years ago

The XML version now includes the parashat haShavua.


https://www.hebcal.com/converter/?cfg=xml&gd=28&gm=12&gy=2015&g2h=1


<hebcal>
 <gregorian year="2015" month="12" day="28"/>
 <hebrew year="5776" month="Tevet" day="16" str="ט״ז בְּטֵבֵת תשע״ו"/>
 <events>
  <event name="Parashat Shemot" href="http://www.hebcal.com/sedrot/shemot"/>
 </events>
</hebcal>
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marc Slutsky 1 year ago 0

my calender automatically defaults to 2014, even when I put the current ( in this case 2016) in the settings box how can the default of 2014 be elimanited

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David Golden 2 years ago • updated by Michael J. Radwin 2 years ago 1
I have been using this app for quite a few years now on Facebook, I get the email reminder but earlier this ear I noticed the reminders were not getting posted to Facebook. I went to the app and checked my setting and saw the post to Facebook was unchecked, I checked it and thought I fixed the problem.

I didn't check my email this past weekend and I don't see the items posted to my timeline and I missed the Yahrzeit lighting for my mother. I went back to the app to recheck the settings and the Facebook was unchecked AGAIN. I placed a check in it and went back to Facebook and then went back to the app and the check was once again removed.

There is no save setting button so how do I get the app to save the setting changes I make?
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JoeBillScott™ 2 years ago • updated by Michael J. Radwin 2 years ago 2
Please add Kfar Hananya, Israel to your Shabbat times list.
Thank you -rafi schutzer
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Avi Eisen 2 years ago • updated 2 years ago 3

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Henry London 2 years ago • updated 2 years ago 3
I am moving. I have Hebcal set up for my Google Calendar for 2015-2019. I want to know how to remove all the Hebcal times from the date of the move forward, and then to get the times for the new location from the date of the move.
I am trying not to lose past events.
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Ryan Watson 2 years ago • updated by Michael J. Radwin 2 years ago 1

Hi, I hope someone can help me out. I'm new to the Moedim and I want to honour them faithfully.
Some groups are saying Pesach is in March, while other groups such as this one, are dating it in April. Can someone explain why the difference?
Shalom.

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Michael Smith 2 years ago • updated by Michael J. Radwin 2 years ago 1
There is a lot of place to add the day (Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun) next to the date for every single day. Put this feature as another option one could select.
Thanks for sharing this calender, it is great.
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Michael J. Radwin 2 years ago
Excellent suggestion!

We've made a change to our page - tell us what you think!

http://www.hebcal.com/holidays/2015



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Aron Adler 2 years ago • updated 2 years ago 2

I am trying to get the Chanukah candle lighting times to display correctly on my website (http://maoztzur.info/).


I want to display it based on the user's IP address. I retrieve the user's coordinates via plugging their IP address into the freegeoip API.


I am testing it with location set to Jerusalem by manually plugging in latitude 31.7833 and longitude 35.2167, which is what Google returns for Jerusalem. However for today this returns a time of 5:47pm, whereas https://www.hebcal.com/shabbat/?city=IL-Jerusalem returns a time of 5:25pm.


Any idea as to where this discrepancy comes from?


Thanks