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Month Calendar


This plugin will allow you to have a sidebar widget that shows how many posts you published each month. Displayed like a calendar, you can navigate between years using “previous” and “next” buttons.

Some features include:

  • Data is reloaded using AJAX. This means that changing the year will not reload the whole page.
  • Comes with a bundled CSS file with a default style.
  • The default CSS can be disabled so you can use your theme’s CSS file to style it.
  • It’s a Widget, so you can move it around your sidebar as you wish.
  • Uses jquery and jquery-ui for AJAX reloading and visual effects.


  • The calendar widget using the default style.
  • The settings screen, inside Appearance > Widgets.
  • The calendar widget using a custom style.


  1. Upload the plugin directory to /wp-content/plugins/. If you’re manually copying the files, don’t forget to create a month-calendar directory first.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins > Installed menu from the dashboard.
  3. Add the Month Calendar widget to your sidebar through the Appearance > Widgets menu.
  4. After you add the widget to your sidebar you will be able to change its settings.


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


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  • Fixed: Month Calendar should play nice with cache plugins.


  • Fixed: the year was not being shown correctly inside a month archive.


  • First public release.