Step 1: Creating the Calendar
There's no doubt that there are quite a few code generators available that you can use to create your calendar. All of them are easy to use and include step-by-step instructions. For the purposes of this tutorial tutorial though, and the functionality it offers, you might just want to opt for Data Creek's generator.
To get started then, open up your preferred web browser and visit Data Creek. The webpage that loads will feature a table with a bunch of different fields that you can type information into as well as a large array of options.
At the top of the table there are three drop-down menus where you can select the month, the number of days within that month, and what day of the week that month starts on. Once you've entered the required prerequisite information, you can begin entering any and all events that are going to occur in the appropriate text box. You can list as many events as you have, but you'll need to use the <br> code between the end of one event and the beginning of the next. This will place each event on separate lines.
Tip: Is one particular event more important than the rest? If so, you can always bold or italicize the characters you type. To do this, just type <b> to bold characters followed by </b> or <i> to italicize characters followed by </i>.
After recording all events, quickly specify the year via the drop-down menu located beside the last day of the month. There you have it! Your calendar's basic components are all created. Now you just need to add some additional information and customize its appearance.