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[Plugin: Stout Google Calendar] Embedded calendar asks for login credentials

  • I’m trying to use this plugin correctly, but I don’t seem to be able to avoid being prompted to login to view my Google Calendar. Also, I have to enter my login credentials twice, then I receive a general error message from IE that the page cannot be displayed. What’s happening? I put the shortcode in correctly and also the embedded link code. Don’t know what to do next. Please help! Thank you.

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  • Plugin Author stoutdesign

    @stoutdesign

    Looks like you need to share your calendar. This should resolve the login issue. Look here Share A Google Calendar with the World

    Dude, my calendar is public but I still get this:

    http://manawatuhomeeducators.org/calendar/

    It was working. I did update WordPress to 3.1.2 today but not sure if that is the cause of the breakage.

    Just like Robocopnz, I have the EXACT same problem. I’m on WP 3.1.2 and and am using my Google Apps account. Any idea what we can do to solve?

    Kelley, I did not change anything — it just broke all by itself, possibly due to an upgrade of WP…

    I guess we could delete the plugin and just embed the Google coe directly into the webpage instead.

    Plugin Author stoutdesign

    @stoutdesign

    I’m running the plugin on WP 3.1.2 as well but without issue. Can you see if this embed code works on your install? This is a shared calendar which I know works.

    <iframe src="http://www.google.com/calendar/hosted/stoutdesign.com/embed?src=en.usa%23holiday%40group.v.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/New_York" style="border: 0" width="800" height="600" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>

    Yeah, that displays fine…

    “Make this calendar public” is ticked by the way.

    I note that the code on my calendar is:

    <iframe src=”https://www.google.com/………..></iframe>

    which contains https — yours has http.

    But, the embed code with https also works fine (e.g. displays the calendar)…

    Here is the code for my calendar page:

    [stout_gc id=1]
    Google calendar displayed using <a href="http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/stout-google-calendar/">Stout Google Calendar</a> plugin.
    Click <a href="https://www.google.com/calendar/">here</a> to add events (administrators only).
    
    <iframe src="https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=manawatuhomeed%40gmail.com&ctz=Pacific/Auckland" style="border: 0" width="800" height="600" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>

    The plugin code fails but the iframe code is fine. I am NOT logged in to the calendar.

    Plugin Author stoutdesign

    @stoutdesign

    @robocopnz

    I am not sure what is going on. I took your Google iframe code and put it on my test server, changed a few colors and it works fine as shortcode in a post. You can view it here:

    http://wp.stoutdesign.com/blog/2011/03/22/testing/

    Pay not attention to the colors, that’s just to illustrate the calendar is being parsed by the plugin.

    That’s pretty odd… displays fine here.

    FWIW, here are the two sets of calendar code. The top is broken, the bottom works fine… both copied from the page source.

    <iframe src=”http://manawatuhomeeducators.org/wp-content/plugins/stout-google-calendar/gcalendar-wrapper.php?mode=AGENDA&showCalendars=0&showTz=0&src=contact%40manawatuhomeeducators.org&ctz=Pacific/Auckland&sgc0=FFFFFF&sgc1=c3d9ff&sgc2=000000&sgc3=e8eef7&sgc4=000000&sgc5=ffffcc&sgc6=000000&bubbleWidth=&bubbleUnit=pixel&sgcImage=0&sgcBkgrdTrans=0″ allowtransparency=”true” style=” border:0 ” width=”920″ height=”800″ frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no”></iframe>

    <iframe src=”https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?mode=AGENDA&src=manawatuhomeed%40gmail.com&ctz=Pacific/Auckland” style=”border: 0″ width=”800″ height=”600″ frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no”></iframe>

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