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Google calendar to wordpress

Google calendar to wordpress

Google calendar to wordpress is a event calendar plugin for your wordpress website. This plugin will adds google calendar to your wordpress sync feature.

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Also you can add your event in wordpress & show in calendar format. This plugin as awesome lightbox effect for each event.

This plugin has super easy shortcode builder so you can easily embed any calendar in your wordpress editor.

This plugin is totally wordpress shortcode powered. So, you can embed calendar anywhere like page, post, widget also in your theme’s php files.

Features

  • Super easy Installation.
  • Unlimited events in wordpress.
  • Events directly form your google spreadsheet.
  • Embed events form custom posts too.
  • All Major browser supported.
  • Mobile, tablet touch supported.
  • Lovely colors.
  • Minimalist & lightweight.

Warning

Only supports gmail account no business email account. Lightbox is only works for custom event calendar not google calendar.

Upgrade Notice

You must first have a Google Calendar API Key:

  1. Go to the Google Developer Console and create a new project (it might take a second).
  2. Once in the project, go to APIs & auth > APIs on the sidebar.
  3. Find “Calendar API” in the list and turn it ON.
  4. On the sidebar, click APIs & auth > Credentials.
  5. In the “Public API access” section, click “Create new Key”.
  6. Choose “Browser key”.
  7. If you known what internet domains will host your calendar, enter them into the box. Otherwise, leave it blank. You can always change it later.
  8. Your new API key will appear. It might take second or two before it starts working.

Make your Google Calendar public:

  1. In the Google Calendar interface, locate the “My calendars” area on the left.
  2. Hover over the calendar you need and click the downward arrow.
  3. A menu will appear. Click “Share this Calendar”.
  4. Check “Make this calendar public”.
  5. Make sure “Share only my free/busy information” is unchecked.
  6. Click “Save”.

Obtain your Google Calendar’s ID:

  1. In the Google Calendar interface, locate the “My calendars” area on the left.
  2. Hover over the calendar you need and click the downward arrow.
  3. A menu will appear. Click “Calendar settings”.
  4. In the “Calendar Address” section of the screen, you will see your Calendar ID. It will look something like “abcd1234@group.calendar.google.com”.

Upgrade on 2.0

Version 2.0 is massive change. You can upgrade on those ways
  1. Back old events on a text document or somewhere
  2. Deactivate old plugin
  3. Install new plugin
  4. Add new events on calendar or create google calendar

Changelog

2.0: Massive update! Updated with google developer console.
1.5: Upgraded with automatic default date with current month & fixed view in shortcode.
1.4: Upgraded with google calendar API V3
1.3: Added default month function. 27 October 2014
1.2: Added daily, weekly & monthly view control in shortcode. Google calender is now support day, month & weekly view! - 14 October 2014 
1.1: Added translating feature. - 4 October 2014 
1.0: Initial release. - 4 September 2014
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