30Boxes calendar widget/shortcode for WordPress.

Posted on February 11, 2009. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Welcome! This is the plugin homepage of the 30Boxes calendar widget/shortcode for WordPress.
You find additional information about this plugin at the WordPress.org plugin directory.

Ever wanted to add a calendar of upcoming events in your company blog or add a simple list of birthdays in your family blog. Using the great service at http://30boxes.com this is now possible.

This little plugin gives you the possibility to add one or event lists or calendars in your blogs sidebar or posts/pages.

The script offers three different types for embedding.
– a calendar widget which embeds a full calendar. This type is mainly intended to be used within pages or posts and will work smoothly with widths of 500 and above.
– a sidebar calendar widget which is compatible to the default WordPress post calendar and therefor should fit in most themes without any alterations. This calendar displays a small calendar of events in the current month.
– a eventlist which can be embedded in the sidebar or within posts and pages and shows your events as a list with description if you wish to.

Combined with the features 30Boxes offers, it is possible to collect your information from various places all over the net and aggregate them together within your blog.

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4 Responses to “30Boxes calendar widget/shortcode for WordPress.”

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Looking forward to trying this, but so far it seems unwilling to install, through either the auto-install feature or straightforward download-and-install. It just won’t show up among my installed plugins (although when I use FTP to remove the folder from my plugins directory, WordPress afterwards recognizes that it is gone …)

Which WordPress version are you using? I will give it a try with this one and get it fixed.

If the URL in the shortcode is correct and the calendar still does not display, try reducing the height and width of the widget!
Took me a while to figure this out…

Hello, I’ve been using this widget for a year and it’s great! I’ve made a new web design though and need the title “Upcoming Birthdays” to be white rather than red (It seems to default to red). How do I change this?


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