Simple Calendar Plugin Installation

The easiest way to install Simple Calendar is to search for it via your site’s Dashboard. Log in to your site’s Dashboard (e.g. www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin). Click on the “Plugins” tab in the left panel, then click “Add New”. Search for “Simple Calendar” and find our plugin near the top. Look for the author “SimpleCalendar”. Install it […]

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Creating a Google API Key

To read events from your public Google Calendars you’ll need create a Google API key and save within your plugin settings. You’ll need the Google Calendar Pro add-on to read events from both private and public calendars and additional display features such as event colors, attendees and attachments. Here are step-by-step instructions to create and save […]

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Creating a New Calendar

From the Calendars menu item in your WordPress admin dashboard sidebar, click on Add New. You will notice that the Calendar looks like a WordPress, in fact it’s a specific post type. You can give your Calendar a title like any other post, but in order to display events, you need to configure some settings […]

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Finding Your Google Calendar ID

When creating a calendar in Simple Calendar, If you intend to display events from a Google calendar, you need to enter the corresponding Google calendar ID. This is a unique identifier of a calendar you own or have subscribed to in the Google Calendar application. Mind that you need to make sure first you are […]

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Make Your Google Calendar Public

When creating a new calendar, by default Simple Calendar can get events from a calendar in Google Calendar app. You can add any calendar that you own or have subscribed to, as long as this calendar is public. Calendars in Google Calendar application can be either public or private. The simple API key you will be […]

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Simple Calendar System Requirements

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Troubleshooting Theme, Plugin and Widget Conflicts

Sometimes there are conflicts between our plugins and either your theme, another plugin or non-standard widgets. Please follow the guidelines below to determine details about any conflicts for further troubleshooting. Important! You need to clear your calendar cache every time you make a change. If you don’t then the test will not be fully accurate. […]

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Upgrading Your License

To upgrade your license to access more add-ons and/or install on additional sites, please take these steps: Login at https://simplecalendar.io/my-account/ Click the “View Licenses” link. Click the appropriate “View Upgrades” link. Click the “Upgrade License” link of the specific license you’d like to upgrade to. At this point you should be on a checkout screen where […]

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