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Online Menologion on your site
We invite Orthodox webmasters to use the Menologion on your site service to add a multilingual calendar to their site. Currently, the Menologion is available in English, Russian, French and both Simplified and Traditional Chinese. Support for Greek, Arabic and Finnish is forthcoming. This service is perfect for churches, information portals, and even personal blogs. The service provides calendar information, daily Scripture readings, lives of the saints, and links to other liturgical information. The service requires minimal maintenance and programming.
Unlike our competition, canto.ru, the service is fully configurable and perpetual. Additionally, as the Ponomar project expands, you will be able to take advantage of additional information offered by Ponomar, such as linking to liturgical texts, liturgical instructions, and music.
NOTICE: This material is provided for use to Orthodox webmasters on websites affiliated with the Orthodox Church. For our purposes, an entity is part of the Orthodox Church if it maintains communion with one of the 14 autocephalous churches, the Orthodox Church in America, or a dependent autonomous church or exarchate. In addition, we allow use of this service on websites of Byzantine-rite Catholics (Uniates), provided that on the website it is clearly indicated that the ecclesial entity is in communion with Rome. The use of this content on websites of schismatic entities or other organizations claiming to be "orthodox" is prohibited. We reserve the right to ban websites for any reason, at any time, and without any explanation.
Fancy legal stuff
"Menologion on your site" is provided in AS-IS condition. The software comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, not even the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. By installing the service on your site, you agree that in no event will Ponomar Technologies, Inc. be liable to any party (i) for any direct, indirect, special, punitive or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of programs or information, and the like), or any other damages arising in any way out of the availability, use, reliance on, or inability to use this service even if Ponomar Technologies, Inc., has been advised of the possibility of such damages, and regardless of the form of action, whether in contract, tort, or otherwise; or (ii) for any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies in, or destructive properties of any information provided by this service or any of its associated documents, diagrams, images, or data. You hereby recognize that there is no agreement, contract, or understanding between you and Ponomar Technologies, Inc., beyond the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.
Ponomar Technologies, Inc. reserves the right to collect certain information from users of the "Menologion on your site" service. The information we may collect includes: the address of the webpage from which you are calling the script, the date and time of the call, and the IP address and browser / operating system of the visitor to your website making this call. This information is used exclusively for quality assurance and statistical purposes. We do not release this information to third parties for any reason, except where required by law.
Instructions: Simple Usage (no programming)
In the required place on your web page, place the following command:
Localization (foreign language support)
You may obtain Menologion in other languages by setting the LS flag:
Advanced Usage (some programming)
For advanced usage and greater configurability, place the following
in the <HEAD> section of your document:
To call any of these commands, just insert them into a script tag. Example:
Alternatively, you may use the global variables of the menologion to gain even greater configuration ability.
To print a variable, just call a command like this:
Technical note: you must convert variables to Integers before doing math operations. E.g.:
Running n_day + 13 will give you a string like '2513'
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is Menologion available on the new calendar?
Ponomar Project is © 2005-2013 Aleksandr Andreev, Yuri Shardt and others.
All information on this website is provided with absolutely no warranty.