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2:43 AM
I'm not sure I'm in the right place, but I'm going to give it a shot. I have a non-premium (no plugins) WordPress website with an embedded Google Calendar and I want to make it interactive with the user. I just want to generate a form when a user clicks on one of the "available" days. I'm aware this is more of a Google Calendar API issue and I am currently reading their docs but I wanted to ask here on the off chance that if anyone here can point me in the right direction.
 
 
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11:21 AM
@bruglesco I don't think that can be done from the embed as that's an iframe isn't it? To do that you'd need access to the Google Calendar embed servers
otherwise you'd have to talk to the APIs yourself and build your own calendar from the data
it's possible Google Calendar has an appointment booking system, in which case you'd have to check their docs to see if there's an embed version of that
but as for the options you have in terms of when user does X do Y, you're extremely limited, to the point that unless you build it all yourself, you're stuck with whatever the Google GUI will let you do
your JS can't reach inside the iframe and listen for events
if it could do that, that'd be a great way to steal passwords from login pages
 
11:56 AM
@TomJNowell Thank you for your response. I think I can do what I want with Google's API; I just need to keep reading. Thanks again though.
 
 
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5:34 PM
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