Anime Calendar

Welcome To Anime Calendar

First of all, thank you for installing our app, we appreciate the support and invite you to help us by donating or patreon!

This document covers the installation and use of the "Anime Calendar" application and often reveals answers to common problems and questions - read this document thoroughly if you are experiencing any difficulties.

Application Features

  • Clean & Simple Design
  • UWP = Desktop & Xbox
  • Fully Responsive Design
  • Calendar of the current season
  • Schedule for the current season
  • Light and dark theme
  • Ultra-fast launch
  • New features coming soon!


Installing Template.

  1. Go to the official website and click get now, this will take you to the links of the available platforms.
  2. Select your preferred platform available.
  3. Follow the steps indicated by the platform
  4. Now you have installed Anime calendar. the first time you run the app it will install the local database.

First launch.

On the first launch of the application, it will take a little longer than usual as it will search for information about the current season and install a small local base.

In the following launches they will return to the usual speed, because the application will not search for information on the Internet again until you reset the database, which will imply restarting the application.

This is done for optimization reasons and to limit API calls. You only have to restart the database every time the season changes, approximately 3 months..

CSS Files and Structure

These are the css files that are loaded into templates in Head Section.


Google Web Fonts

By default, the template loads this font from Google Web Font Services, you can change the font with the one that suits you best.


Remember to change the font into style.css

Javascript Files and Structure

These are the list of Javascript files that are loaded into templates in end of the Body Section.




Contact Form

This is a PHP Script for sending messages to your email, you should replace [email protected] to your email to start receive messages.

          		$to = '[email protected]'; // replace this mail with yours
          		$firstname = $_POST["fname"];
          		$email= $_POST["email"];
          		$headers = 'MIME-Version: 1.0' . "\r\n";
          		$headers .= "From: " . $email . "\r\n"; // Sender's E-mail
          		$headers .= 'Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1' . "\r\n";

          		$message ='
'.$firstname.' '.$laststname.'
Email: '.$email.'
'; if (@mail($to, $email, $message, $headers)) { echo 'The message has been sent.'; }else{ echo 'failed'; }

Subscription Form

Replace this action with your own mailchimp post URL. Don't remove the "". Just paste the url inside "".

//Replace this action with your own mailchimp post URL. Don't remove the "". Just paste the url inside "".

Video Tutorial

Source and Credit