Version 1.4.6 – Fixed support for stand alone pages.
Version 1.4.5 – Made URL of apis.google.com protocol relative, added localization support, allow
tags in title.
Version 1.4.4 – Clearer error message if using an invalid API key.
Version 1.4.3 – Some bug fixes. Better error handling.
Version 1.4.2 – Use Google client API batching to query multiple calendars
Version 1.4.1 – Fixed typo data->date and corrected the timezone for the all-day events
Version 1.4.0 – Upgraded to Google Calendar API v3
What is it?
This plugin installs a widget for showing a Google Calendar agenda on the sidebar of a WordPress blog.
How do I install it?
It is installed by downloading and unzipping the files into your ‘plugins’ folder of your blog. The zip file contains the correct directory structure.
How do I use it?
Once installed it adds a sidebar widget called “Google Calendar” that may be dragged into your sidebar.
Each widget can be configured with a URL of the calendar feed, a title, and the number of agenda items to show.
The calendar feed is the ID of the Google Calendar that is displayed next to the “Calendar Address:” in the Google Calendar settings. For example, the page displays “(Calendar ID: firstname.lastname@example.org)” and the calendar id is “email@example.com”
Check the FAQ for frequently asked questions.
To report bugs or issues, please post to the WordPress.org support forum for this plugin.
Alternatively, you may post a comment here, but it is easier for other users to see the forum posts and replies, and other forum users may be able to help you with your query there.