Premium Add-on Installation Instructions

Simple Calendar is an extensible plugin that supports add-ons, which are simply WordPress plugins themselves that add features and functionalities to the core plugin. See our complete list of add-ons. When installing an add-on plugin you must ensure that Simple Calendar is already installed and activated. Premium Add-on Step-by-Step Instructions From your purchase email, click […]

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License Key Management

If you have purchased a premium add-on, you have received a license key for it. You can use your license key to request premium support and receive automatic updates, just like all others WordPress plugins. To get automatic updates, you need to save your license key and activate it. Make sure your premium add-on is […]

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FullCalendar – Setup

Please note that you must have Simple Calendar 3.1.0+ installed to run the FullCalendar Add-on. To get started with the FullCalendar add-on you will first want to select the new calendar option of FullCalendar. You will also have some additional options that become available. You can see all the new options available under the appearance […]

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GCal Pro – Configuring a Google OAuth Client

The Google Calendar Pro add-on for Simple Calendar uses OAuth to connect securely to Google. In turn this allows access to both¬†private and public calendars and additional display features such as event colors, attendees and attachments. Don’t have the add-on yet? Get the Google Calendar Pro add-on here. Setting up an Google OAuth client is […]

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GCal Pro – Event Colors

Events in Google Calendar are color coded. Each calendar has also a default color that is assigned to all your events unless you set a specific one when creating a new event. Google Calendar Pro add-on for Simple Calendar has an option to display events colors that you have set in Google. When you tick […]

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