CALENDAR_PAGE — The HTML page layout for the view.
No; users of the style cannot override this. It may only be defined in the style.
|name||The user's full name, from the "user" field in the database.|
|name-'s||An apostrophe folled by an "s" if the user's name does not end in "s", else just an apostrophe. Used in conjunction with the "name" property, can be used to show possession. For instance, "%%name%%%%name-'s%% Journal" could translate to "Bob's Journal". This is old. You should just use the title instead.|
|title||The base title of the user's journal, which is normally used in the HTML title tags and headings alongside something which indicates that this is a calendar view.|
|yearlinks||When more than one year of entries are being displayed, the CALENDAR_YEAR_LINKS variable goes in here.|
|months||All the CALENDAR_MONTH and CALENDAR_NEW_YEAR variables grouped together, either in forward or reverse chronological order, depending on the value of CALENDAR_SORT_MODE. [required]|
|username||The system username of the current user, useful in creating links to other views of your journal, like to the calendar view.|
|website||If the user has specified their website, this block is filled with the contents of CALENDAR_WEBSITE.|
|head||Any user-specified content to go inside the document's <HEAD>, like CSS or META tags. The value is GLOBAL_HEAD followed by CALENDAR_HEAD. You shouldn't define the *_HEAD variables in the style, as users should set them themselves.|
|urlfriends||URL to user's friends view.|
|urllastn||URL to user's lastn view.|