Top 15 Calendar Plugins for WordPress
Are you looking for a decent WordPress calendar plugin to replace the default calendar in WordPress? Maybe you have an event site and want to give your visitors an easier way to keep up with your events. Whatever the case, there is a plugin for you out there. You can use calendar plugins to share information more effectively with your visitors, add an event calender to WordPress, and even let people bookmark your events.
If you need a killer calendar on your blog, here are 15 WordPress calendar plugins you should check out:
Calendar Press: adds an event calendar to WordPress. Google Maps, directions, a RSVP system are integrated in this plugin.
CGM Event Calendar: a sophisticated calendar for WordPress that lets you add classes, events, and all kinds of information to it. Makes it easy for your visitors to print your calendar too.
Event Calendar / Scheduler: a dynamic calendar which provides Ajax-based scheduling solution similar to Microsoft Outlook Calendar, Apple’s iCal or Google Calendar on your WordPress website. Unfortunately, not compatible with WPMU.
Dairise: OK. This is cheating as this is a theme and not a plugin. However, it’s one of the best event / calendar enhanced themes for WordPress.
Calendar: a simple to use calendar plugin that lets you manage events and appointments and display your calendar on your pages. It is compatible with WPMU.
Google Calendar Events: extracts events from Google Calendar’s feed and displays them on your website. This is an AJAX calendar.
WPListCal: lets you add and manage your event from your website’s back-end. You can use short-codes to add your calendar to your websites.
Events Manager: a super event management solution for WordPress. It supports recurring events, venues data, RSVP and maps. Lets you add your calendar to your blog easily.
Gigs Calendar: a WordPress calendar designed for musicians and artists. Lets them display their upcoming events on WordPress.
Editorial Calendar: gives you an easy way to manage your blog posts and shows you when each post will be available. You can move posts around and edit posts in your calendar.
My Calendar: another attractive event calendar for WordPress. Supports multiple events per day and is available in multiple languages.
Event Calendar: adds your upcoming events to a calendar and lets you display it on your WordPress website. You can add it to your side-bar or pages.
Booking: adds an online booking service to your WordPress website. It is super dynamic and works great for hospitality businesses.
VN Calendar: a simple calendar that adds a lunar calendar to your widget.
Easy PHP Calendar: it’s a cool plugin that works with Easy PHP Calendar script to add a more dynamic calendar to your blog (you’ll have to buy the script for about $20).
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January 28 at 2:02 am
Nice review and love this site overall. Which one of these calendar plugins is the best for managing recurring events? I am using 'Calendar' presently but recurring event handling cumbersome. We need something with flexibility to cancel or edit one instance of a recurring event (like Web Calendar). Any advice appreciated.