Have you done this with the Drupal Full Calendar Views module?
If yes, then its quite simple...
- Add another field for "event date" and format the date in the format
you wish to use in the url , e.g., Y-M-D , then hide that field
using "exclude from display".
- In the field you want to have as the
link, click re-write results.
- Enter the path you wish to link to,
using the event date pattern rewrite pattern you created in step 1.
Your url should look like
As for highlighting the colour depending on event type, create another field for "node:type", and use that in the same rewrite results field as above, so your rewrite field is...
<a class="[node-type]" href="/events/[event-date]">Link</a>
Which will render out as...
<a class="event" href="/events/2014-06-24">Link</a>
Then in CSS, declare classes for your node type, for example...