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Google Calendar Events

Parses Google Calendar feeds and displays the events as a calendar grid or list on a page, post or widget.

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117 reviews
Average Rating
4.5 out of 5 stars
Simple & Sweet
By , for WP 4.1

If you are looking for a basic calendar that looks great and functions well on your website, this is a great choice. I tried a few others first that were quite a bit more cumbersome.
Thanks Google.

works perfectly
By ,

Easy to add styling. Integrates smoothly with Google. What I was expecting.

So Cool!
By , for WP 4.1

this plugin si great!

I was a little bit afraid at the beginning it seems to have lot of setup!
and finally not! easy to setup easy to use! and so useful to Have a g-cal do to your event !

you deserve my 5*

Great plugin !
By , for WP 4.1

Does what it says on the tin !

Thank you!
By , for WP 4.1

Great plugin, thank you for creating this.

Like it!
By , for WP 4.1

This plugin was simple to install, basic to work out and looks really tidy on the website. Nice design and functions very well.

Great Plugin, Great Support
By , for WP 3.9.2

Been a long time user of the plugin, but rarely needed support. Support was answered in a fair time, and was patient. Thanks :).

Couldn't implement
By , for WP 4.1

Elaborate instructions required to make this plugin work ... Couldn't get past step one as the Google website doesn't even offer a "Create project" button which is STEP ONE in the instructions!

Moving on to something that is more like WordPress - easy to install, up & running in minutes / not hours!

Tool tips are not working
By , for WP 4.1.1

Latest update v2.1.1 fixed tooltip and paging issue introduced in version 2.1.0

Extremely quick time from bug report to fix pushed out. Great support and great plugin.

So sad to lose such a great plugin to poor developer decisions...
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I loved this plugin before the updates. Now it is useless. The developers say they stripped the CSS out of the plugin because it was bad form to have it there. Fair enough, so I lost all of my old formatting; that's an inconvenience, but fixable. But now, as I try to add new formatting into my child theme css so that I can make the widget readable in our theme's background colors, the browser debugging console is pointing out that my own css is being overwritten by the css built into the plugin! Seriously?! So there is no css in the plugin, but yet there is css in the plugin, and it happens to be the wrong css. If I can't style the widgets to make the text appear, then nothing else matters about this plugin. This seems so obvious to me, but I guess it doesn't seem obvious to the developers. They have mentioned that enhanced styling controls are on their "to do" list, but it should have been done before the update was ever released. The new updates are absolutely not ready for prime time. If you are lucky enough to have not updated the plugin, I would strongly advise that you don't until they get many more bugs sorted out.

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