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I'm doing some work in my multisites set-up, and trying to make some decisions on what parts fit best on which url and such. One thing that sort of ties many of the sites together are events. I previously thought (a long time ago and a few versions back) that Calendar events in one URL of a multisite set up, would also show on the calendar view of other sites.

That does not seem to be the case though.

So I am thinking of including the Calendar side-block from the site where the main calendar view will be, as i-frame include on the other urls where needed…and then I would not need to link to the calendars of those other URLs, on their own sites. the iframe block would draw people who clicked to view calendar to the calendar site. is this the best solution? 
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no one with thoughts on this? is including a side-block from another site going to even work? Like to have some advice before I start banging my head against this wall, lol
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yeah you're thinking alone the right lines, this isn't something we cater for as standard


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