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A user of one of my sites (www.quizliverpool.org.uk) asked if the event calendar on the Fixtures page (http://www.quizliverpool.org.uk/fixtures.aspx) could have Monday as the start of the week (in the lefthand column) with Saturday and Sunday at the right. When I check it out from my PC, phone or tablet it is already showing like this, but on her iPad it is showing Sunday as the first column. I assume tis is some sort of localisation issue.
I have the site culture for the site set to EN-GB (I think) in web.config.
Is there any way to force the calendar to always show Monday as the first column?
I don't think you do have it set to en-GB, if you did it would not be different on different machines. When it is not set then it uses the web browser language preference for localization. When I view your page with en-US as my browser language it starts on Sunday but when I change it to en-GB it starts on Monday, so it is definitely adapting to the browser which means you have not forced a specific language/culture.
See Forcing a Specific Language
Thanks Joe, I'll check out my setup again and add the keys to user.config
I had added the entries for siteculture, but had forgotten to change the following key - doh!
<add key="UseCultureOverride" value="false" />