There are many HAM clubs that put out members awards for the work with members. In order to facilitate the fulfillment of the conditions I have implemented a new feature. The new feature checks your log with a club membership list and shows the members you have worked. The generated results can be saved for further processing as CSV. I will try to update this list continuously.
So far I’ve included the following membership lists:
Förderverein Amateurfunkmuseum e. V. (AFM)
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Telegrafie DL (AGCW)
Diplom Interessengruppe (DIG)
International Federation of Railway Radio Amateurs (FIRAC)
Holzhammer Club (HHC)
Interessengemeinschaft funkender Bergbauangehöriger (IGARAG)
Japanese radio Amateurs in Germany (JAIG)
Marinefunker-Runde e.V. (MF)
OKDX Foundation (OKDXF)
Red Ink Award (RIA)
Russian Robinson Club (RRC)
SP DX Club SPDXC
I programmed a new function with that you can embed your personal DX calendar on an external site. An example can be seen on QRZ.com.
There are two ways to integrate your personal DX calendar. The first is the iframe HTML tag, which I will explain shortly. And the second option is a wrapper, if you use a CMS like Joomla, WordPress …
To include the DX Calendar via an iframe, you have to get your ID from your account. These are found under the menu item „Profile“.
Now you replace the ID in the following script with the ID of you:
align = "from"
frameborder = "1"
height = "480"
marginheight = "0px"
marginwidth = "0px"
name = "myiframe"
scrolling = "auto"
src = "http://dx-info.de/weeklycalendar.php?user_id=25"
width =" 720 "
style ="border: 0px none # FFFFFF; ">
That’s it. The script you can now paste on your page.
More and more DXpeditions use Wordpress to advertise and to show their information about upcoming activities on the Internet. So far there is no Wordpress plugin or widget that allows you to upload log data to check the QSOs. There are several external solutions, but they can´t be integrated in wordpress.
I developed a plugin/widget that meets this requirement exactly. You can now upload the log data as ADIF so the QSO data is now ready for search. Of course, you can setup the view on the QSO data according to your personal needs. You can also define multiple call signs and references.
- Complete integration in WordPress
- Definition of different reference numbers, like IOTA, WFF, DXCC…
- Usage of several call signs
- Setup the view according to your personal needs
- Download the ADIF Log search widget –> LogSearch 1.0c (01.11.2011)
- Choose the “Plugins” menu in your WordPress backend
- Choose “Plugin upload” to upload the ADIF Log Search widget
- Installation starts automatically
- Go to “Plugins” menu to activate the widget.
You should now find “Logbook” in your menu of your wordpress backend
Get the widget to your frontend
- Choose “widget” in the “Design” menu
- Drag the “ADIF Log Search” widget into your sidebar
Personalize your view in the “Logbook” menu.
- Upload your ADIF Log data in the “Upload” menu
- If OP Call data in your ADIF file is defined, there is no need to fill in the call sign in the form. If not you have to define a call sign
- Fill in a reference like DXCC Entity, IOTA, WFF, SOTA… or choose an existing one
Upload and transfer your data by choosing „Upload Log“. Log data is now ready for search.
In the “References” menu, you can edit, delete and create new references
The „Books“ menu manages your logbooks.
Every reference has its own logbook. Sometimes you might want to expend your logbook by QSO data – like it is used by most DXpeditions, who update their QSO data for the QSO search/check daily.
You can do this by Choosing “Append” in the “Action” menu. To delete a complete logbook choose “Delete” from the “Action” menu.