Support » Plugin: Stout Google Calendar » [Plugin: Stout Google Calendar] Adding a calendar

  • Resolved Nilu



    I installed and activated the Stout Google Calendar plugin in my blog. I also copied and pasted the Google Calendar iframe embed code as instructed.

    When I add the calendar it says it ‘successfully created’ the calendar. However, (1) it does not list out under saved calendars, (2) the given calendar name is not listed out in the widget, and (3) the widget area in my blog says the code is incorrect.

    Can you help please?


    Nilu, from Colombo, Sri Lanka

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  • Plugin Author stoutdesign


    This behavior was noticed in an earlier release but fixed in version 1.0.5. It had to do with the database table for not being created correctly. Your WordPress database should have a table named “[your-table-prefix-set-in-wp-config.php]stoutgc”. For example, if your wp-config.php file has $table_prefix = 'wp_'; then your database table should be named wp_stoutgc. Please verify that you have a database table with “stoutgc” in the name.

    I am having the same issue. I have checked my db and have a table called wp_stoutgc.

    Plugin Author stoutdesign


    Can one of you post your embed code from Google so I can test locally? you probably want to wrap it with backticks

    <iframe src="" style="border: 0" width="800" height="600" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>

    Just fyi, I am running WP version 3.0.4 with mySQL db

    Plugin Author stoutdesign


    Thanks. This works fine on my local WordPress install. What version of the plugin and WordPress are you using?

    Plugin Author stoutdesign


    And no records have been saved to the stoutgc table?

    I was testing on my site and realized that I can create and save a calendar on my primary blog, the one at the root level of my domain, but I can not save a calendar on any of my other blogs on the same site.

    primary blog:

    secondary blog:

    I am using Version 1.1.0 of the plug-in. Looks like the issue may be with the multisite aspect of WordPress.

    Plugin Author stoutdesign


    Possibly. I have a multisite install locally and just created a new site, activated the plugin and saved a calendar. Do you have a table in your database that looks like “wp_2_stoutgc”. The actual number may be different and is used to identify the site. I’ll have to look into this more later on but any additional info you can provide is appreciated.

    I only have one table called wp_stoutgc. It has 2 rows (for each of the test calendars I added to the primary blog). No other stoutgc tables exist.

    Hi, sorry I couldn’t catch up earlier, due to the time difference etc..

    I checked the database and verified that there IS a table called “wp_stoutgc”. But the table is empty, even though I create calendars from the blog admin panel, as I mentioned earlier. There appears to be a problem with creation of records in it, I think.. I am not very savvy in database administration however 🙁

    Here are some details:
    WordPress Version – 3.0.4.
    Stout Google Calendar Version – 1.1.0
    mysql Server version- 4.1.14
    MySQL client version- 3.23.49
    phpMyAdmin –

    My blog is at
    I left the error visible for you to see.

    And the Google Calendar script:

    <iframe src=”” style=”border: 0″ width=”800″ height=”600″ frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no”></iframe>


    I get the same error on any blog in my network except for the primary blog.

    Any update on this issue? I’d really like to use this plug-in.

    Plugin Author stoutdesign


    I’m sorry but I cannot replicate the problem. I have set up new a new WordPress blog, a WordPress network/multisite blog – both locally and on an older server I have. The plugin works fine in all these variations. I checked the code and don’t see anything that may be causing it. That said, this is my first plugin and I must admit I don’t know everything there is to know about plugin development. I’d be more than appreciative if another developer could help troubleshoot this issue but I’ve exhausted what I know to do. If you think there is any other info that may helpful, please let me know.

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