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Google Calendar Feed Parser


This plugin will parse a Google Calendar XML Feed and display it on your blog. Installation is simple
and configuring and using the plugin is easy as well. Please visit the plugin’s webpage at the author’s webpage for more information.


  • This is a shot of the plugin in action in the sidebar of a blog.


  1. Upload gcalparse.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Place <?php gcal_parse_feed(); ?> in your template wherever you want your calendar feed to be displayed.
  4. Use the Google Calendar page of the WordPress Settings menu to configure the plugin. See the plugin’s webpage
    for complete descriptions of each option.

Contributors & Developers

“Google Calendar Feed Parser” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.



0.3: Switched from using file_get_contents() to retrieve URL (which isn’t allowed by many hosting providers) to using the WordPress function wp_remote_fopen(). This function firsts attempts to use fopen() to get the file and, if that fails, proceeds to use cURL.

0.2: Add ability to configure custom time offsets. This feature will be replaced with more comprehensive timezone controls in a future release.

0.1: Initial plugin release.