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it work perfect
it work perfect for me. thanks for the solution.
Great concept, but needs some work
I could really use timetable functionality on my website and really hoped this would work. The main problems are (1) that you have to select increments of time for the table, and the smaller you go, the wider the table becomes--(for example, when I set the table to one-hour increments, it fits on my page, but if I choose 15-minute increments, the table becomes so wide that it expands beyond the width of my webpage); and (2) you are restricted to choosing times that fall within those specific time increments--(so if you have 15-minute increments chosen, your event can only start/end at X:15, X:30, X:45, or X:00). What I was hoping for was a table that I could set up to show the hours between 7:00 am - 5:00 pm, and then display events of any length--(for example, one event might go from 7:05 until 7:58). --And one final comment is that this plugin only displays time using the military 24-hour clock--it would be nice if a variety of time formats were available.