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daf yomi

Steven Zalesch 4 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 4 years ago 1

Daf Yomi in October 2019 has a problem. It jumps from Meilah 22 on Oct 9 to Kinnim 23 on Oct 10 and from Kinnim 25 on Oct 12 to Tamid 26 on Oct 13. Actually, I think that Nida comes after Meila.

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How old am I in Hebrew years?

Shia 4 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 4 years ago 1

Do you have a calculator to find out one's age in Hebrew time?

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Display a Jewish Calendar with Shabat times on my website by Hebcal + FullCalendar.io in Hebrew and RTL

Anatal 4 years ago updated 4 years ago 6

There is a script code or example of displaying the Jewish Calendar with Shabat times on my website by Hebcal + FullCalendar.io in Hebrew (and RTL)?

Thanks

Anat

Answer
Michael J. Radwin 4 years ago

If you’d like to include candle-lighting times for Shabbat and holidays, be sure to adjust the urlparameter to include c=on and one of the location fields (such as geonameid=3448439 for São Paulo, Brazil).


You may need to consult the FullCalendar.io documentation on how to use non-English names for the days of the week.


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Transliteration issue in Ashkenzi+Hebrew

just reporting a cosmetic bug 4 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 4 years ago 2

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.


Thanks.

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Michael J. Radwin 4 years ago

Fixed now.

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I think the Torah reading dates for 2017 are missing, could it be?

Liora Cohen 4 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 4 years ago 1

I tried to see the Torah readings for March 25th, 2017 - Kee Tisah, and there's none, only for February 2016.

Please advise.

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Editing text display of Shabbat times

wplove 4 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 4 years ago 1

I'm using the following javascript to display shabbat times on my website:

<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"
src="//www.hebcal.com/shabbat/?geo=geoname&geonameid=5128581&m=50&cfg=j&tgt=_top">
</script>


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

to:

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.

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Export Items

Dee 4 years ago 0

Is there a way to export the kiddush levana dates (Saturday night specifically - Chabad)? and shabbos mevarchim dates?


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WordPress plug-in

msburgis 4 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 4 years ago 2

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.

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i set up a yahrzeit calendar for my dad and it came on my calender as yahrzeit 1rather than dad

myeilatmail 4 years ago 0

it's frustrating to see this on my calendar and it won't let me delete the entri