Maybe you can use the Archived Article module, since as far as I have seen, there is no calendar template for Seblod. Also, if you are in a hurry, try ZOO... There is an Event app in ZooLander as an extension to ZOO (Events), if you want to stay with CCKs. Unfortunately, that one is far from cheap. If you need a KISS and free solution, there is always - JEvents.
Following...! The Seblod Events page page looks promising. I assume the lower boxes are modules with their own list template?
Some questions raise in my mind: 1.) If there are 3 lists and views, doesn´t it have an impact on performance and query amount? What is the best practice to have multiple views on a page... Is it a difference and task for the new Seblod product "Form & List Pack"? 2.) Is it possible to switch the view/list template on a page? (I know this feature from Cobalt CCK, which allows multiple templates per list!)
Regarding 2.) I don`t mean custom template … I mean multiple templates/different views on the same page and data. As far as I know the configuration, it is always 1 menu-item type per view and this can have only 1 template assigned to it. Same applies for a Seblod module. How to have more than 1 view/template, where the the user can change the display and template?
The Seblod Events page page looks promising. I assume the lower boxes are two separate modules with their own list template. Is there an issue with the search field? You can enter a keyword and it seems to find entries, but it does not show anything as a result. Only the counter displays a total amount. So, i guess it would be very handy to have an event-listing. Maybe as a different view style OR displayed simultaneously below the calendar.
Some related questions in my mind:
What is best practice to have multiple views/lists on a page... Is it a task for the new Seblod product "Form & List Pack"?
Is it possible to switch the view/list template on a list page? (BTW, I know this as a basic feature from Cobalt CCK. If you select multiple templates per listing, you get get a view-switcher in frontend)