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How do you pronounce "hebcal?" Is it h-e-b-c-al or h-e-e-b-c-a-l?
How do you pronounce the website name? It is very important to me and I need an answer please. Thank you.
Hebcal is pronounced HEEB-kal, as in Hebrew calendar).
Could you d flash briefing with the next candle lighting times (holiday or Shabat)
When asking for the flash briefing, would be great to get the next candle lighting
sukkot chol ha mo'ed Torah portions
I am trying to figure out the Torah reading for a person who died Oct. 21 2016. It is Sukkot, Chol ha Moed day 3 (5th day of Sukkot.) I am finding two problems. 1. In the calendar, the days of Sukkot are listed, I through VII, noting which ones are Chol ha Mo'ed. When I go to the Torah portions, the designation for what "day" it is is listed a little differently. Then, for my day in question, The final aliyah seems to go back and repeat a previous aliyah, but not the one directly previous. I don't know how to toggle between this page and the relevant Hebcal page to check while I am writing this to you. These things confuse me a lot, so I would like another's eyes to check it out. Thanks!
I need to uninstall Hebcal, because it shows the Hebrew dates the same way ay as the Gregorian calendar. If I accidentally look left instead of right I get my calendar appointments confused.how do I uninstall and/or make the Hebrew dates another color
You'll find instructions on how to remove Hebcal from Microsoft Outlook, iPhone, iPad, Mac OS X Desktop Calendar, Android (via Google Calendar), etc. on this page:
convert date of death to next yahrzeit date
I have a long list of Hebrew dates of death in a MySQL database table. I would like to get the secular date of the next yahrzeit for all of these. Any suggestions on how to do this other than manually one-by-one?
We have started offering a Yahrzeit + Anniversary API. You can read more here:
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