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2/3/2010 10:05 AM
 
I am trying to use the News module to list upcoming events on the main page of a website. There is a separate calendar module on another page, and I wanted to pull it's RSS feed to populate the News module on the default page. I've got this working, but it seems to list them in reverse order- so the top item is the one dated furthest away, and users have to scroll to see what is happening tonight. Is there a way to reverse this order? Is it something to do with the Calendar RSS settings (I couldn't figure it out)
 
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3/31/2010 11:18 AM
 
Hi Jacob, I was looking for a similar solution and came across this blog post - http://www.eguanasolutions.com/DNN_Blog/EntryID/12.aspx It pretty much details all that you're trying to achieve. Hope this helps.
 
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