The public page can be pre-filtered on locations, entries and tags by adding options to the URL.

Your normal public page URL will look something like this:

https://bookwhen.com/example

To add URL options, append a ? and then separate the options with a & like this:

https://bookwhen.com/example?start=2016-01-31&entry=8yr7put8ede4

Filter on multiple items by using the plural with square brackets like this:

https://bookwhen.com/example?entries[]=8yr7put8ede4&entries[]=51dk4alyubyj

Tags can have spaces, so use a + instead of a space (because URLs can't have spaces) if needs be:

https://bookwhen.com/example?tags[]=tag+with+spaces&tags[]=test

 The options are:

Location and entry codes:

The location and entry codes can be found in the URL on the edit page for the item. For example:

https:/example.bookwhen.com/entries/8yr7put8ede4/edit

or

https:/example.bookwhen.com/settings/locations/sjm7pskr31t3/edit

Filtering iframes:

You can filter iframes in exactly the same way as you would filter a public page URL, for example say you have copied the follow iframe code from the public page settings:

<iframe src="https://bookwhen.com/example/iframe" frameborder="0" scrolling="yes" seamless="seamless" style="display:block;border:none;width:100%;height:900px;"></iframe>

And you would like to filter out events starting before the 31st of January 2016 and only show the events created from the entry with the code 8yr7put8ede4 you would modify the URL in the iframe code to resemble:

https://bookwhen.com/example/iframe?start=2016-01-31&entry=8yr7put8ede4

This will mean the iframe code you end up using will look like:

<iframe src="https://bookwhen.com/example/iframe?start=2016-01-31&entry=8yr7put8ede4" frameborder="0" scrolling="yes" seamless="seamless" style="display:block;border:none;width:100%;height:900px;"></iframe>

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