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Events-Calendar is a versatile replacement for the original calendar included with WordPress adding many useful functions to keep track of your events. The plugin has an easy to use admin section that displays a big readable calendar and lets you add and delete events.
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Google Calendar was meant not only to make your life easier with a free, easily-accessible online calendar. You can also use Google Calendar to collaborate and share your events and online activities with other people. But for some, it’s a bit complicated to have to ask others to view your Google Calendar from their own accounts. If you’re a WordPress blogger or a webmaster running a site that uses WordPress as content mangement system, you can easily add your Google Calendar entries on your blog or website. There are actually several ways of including Google Calendar content on websites, such as direct embedding (more on this later). But I recently discovered a useful WordPress plugin that lets you display your Google Calendar entries on a WordPress blog without much effort.
In creating WP SMASHING I updated the functionality of the just-released WP CALENDAR by adding a theme options page in the admin menu. The plugin allows you to choose how the calendar functionality is displayed – if you choose to display it all. WP SMASHING is completely widget-ready with 4 widget zones (3 column footer and a single column sidebar).