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The plugin substitutes in a article the string {googlecalendar} by the Google Calendar include code.
Themodule places on a module position the Google Calendar defined by the Google Include Code

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The plugin substitutes in a article the string {googlecalendar} by the Google Calendar include code.
Themodule places on a module position the Google Calendar defined by the Google Include Code

Too Simple

Posted on 06 February 2015

It works fine for 1 calendar.

Ease of use

Easy to set up with this link:


Poor, but honestly not much is needed.

I used this to: I have 2 locations that each have their own calendar of events. Using the plugin, I can't figure out how to add the second calendar. It's unfortunate that you can't add another calendar.


Posted on 28 January 2015

That's a good plugin. I like.

Ease of use

Easy very much. Better is not possible to do.

perfectly simple!

Posted on 19 February 2014

Absolutelly simple!! Just install the plugin and copy/paste google embed code (which I didn´t realize it´s existence). And bingo!

With some tweaks from google agenda itself!

Congrats for the simplicity!


Lucas Selbach

It only took me about two minutes to set up my Google Calendar in a module position. And it works without any conflicts (I was getting invalid token errors with another calendar module.) And it looks great. Easy to customize: just adjust the Google Code snippet.

Thank you to the Developer for an attractive and Super-Easy Google calendar.

Just what you need

Posted on 09 October 2013

If you are looking to imbed your Google calendar into either an article or module position, this is the extension to use.

Styling relies on selections you make in Google Calendar, the setup is easy and it works without conflicts.

Thank you!

I used the Module version and deployed into the user 5 position on a Joomla 3.1 install.

Very simple, no drama's setting up. Scales to size within a responsive template.


simple and works

Posted on 05 March 2013

Until I find something better, I think this will do nicely. No spinning wheel of death, just the calendar!


Posted on 28 January 2013


Works great and has a tiny footprint. If you don't need all the bells, whistles and heavy load of GCalendar (and the spinning cursor that is a common problem with GCalendar), then this Extension does the trick.

Could not be easier to setup with either the module or the plugin. We use the simple plug-in. Just copied the embed code from our Google Calendar and pasted it into the plugin setting. Then we just entered the specified tag into an article and boom! It just works! Plain and simple. You can customize the embed code from your Google Calendar account.

Great Extension - Thanks!


Posted on 02 April 2012

Very good extension! easy and you can configurate it, thank you very much!

Muy buena extensión! es muy fácil de instalar y configurar, lo mejor es el calendario de google en tu página web. muchas gracias



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Google Calendar

Jan Maat
Last updated:
Feb 12 2015
Date added:
Nov 19 2014
GPLv2 or later
Free download
Uses updater:
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