The GCE is really great. Nice and easy to use.
Thanks for this plugin.
The plugin is nice, simple to use and integrates nicely with most templates. For the developers out there you have the option to plugin php specific to how you want things to appear. For those who are not php experts, it's still a useful and easy to use plugin to implement.
The guys who support this plugin are awesome. Yes, for a FREE plugin, the support was timely, courteous and helpful. ABSOLUTELY look at all the plugins developed by these guys. They will not leave you hanging.
It is nice piece of work, simple but it just works
I had a very quick reply to my support request. It is really pleasant.
I really have a good experience with this plugin.
You can add it as a button or a link, subscribe to the calendar. like the original?
The plugin works great, It is the perfect solution for all of us who are not programmers. Thank you !!
This plugin is being used by hundreds of schools in Barcelona on a project named Nodes. The design is a very important part of the project. The plugin has helped a lot. Thank you!!
The plugin works like a charm and is easy to setup, although it has lots of configurations, which in long term will do your life better.
Great piece of work.
I'm new to WP, but this plug-in was pretty straight forward. Tech support was AWESOME! I'm up in running.
Wish we could have some colors other than black and grey, but then again that could be something I'm doing wrong.
I was looking for a simple calendar plug-in and this fit the bill quite nicely!
Very happy with the plugin and especially the quick workaround for a problem i got from the forum.
This calendar events plugin has nothing with your google account by default! I do not know if you can link to your google account if you specify your own API key; If this is true, i do not know why the author did not give an option for you to link your google accout by simply filling in your google account information. You can neither input your google events, nor link this to your google calendar. i really do not understand why it is called "google calendar".
Setup an event is horribly complex. you are facing a long "text-only" code (like operating MS-DOS 20 years ago). you have to input everything including time. Why some basic event elements including time, date, etc. were not designed as something like buttons, drop-down menus, or fill-in blanks?
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