Google Calendar Widget

Version 1.4.6 – Fixed support for stand alone pages.
Version 1.4.5 – Made URL of 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

Get the full version history and details here.

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:” and the calendar id is “”

Download the latest version from here.


Check the FAQ for frequently asked questions.

To report bugs or issues, please post to the 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.