Step 3. Open your Webpage. You need to use a web-editing application to open the webpage where you want to display the Calendar content.
Macromedia Dreamweaver. You can use the Control-Shift-V command (Edit-Paste HTML). Notice that this is not the same as the regular paste command. This is a special command in Dreamweaver that allows you to paste HTML code directly into the Design view of the page.
Composer (Netscape, Mozilla).
Then click the Insert button to confirm.
Normal view in Composer (the script is invisible):
Browser view (you see the results of the script!):
Blackboard. You need to open Blackboard, and decide where you will want to put the Calendar Content. You can place the Content anywhere in Blackboard that allows you to enter HTML code: in the Announcements area, in the Course Documents area, etc.
Make sure you click the HTML button below the text box!
You can also type more information or additional HTML code in the box if you want.
You will then see the Calendar Content displayed in Blackboard: