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This plugin provides the following features :

  • A [fullcalendar] shortcode with custom parameters to be inserted in your pages/posts
  • An admin page where you can define a custom HEAD and BODY template for the [fullcalendar] shortcode
  • By default FullCalendar 3.4.0 JS+CSS is loaded locally, your can change the version and/or load from cdnjs by setting the HEAD template (WARNING : Setting the HEAD template will remove the default FullCalendar JS+CSS loading)
  • A default BODY template to display a Google Calendar (just fill in your API KEY and your Google Calendar ID)


  • You can setup the head and body templates in the admin option page. Keep the head template empty to load the fullcalendar local library
  • Fill in the head template if you want to load fullcalendar from CDN, or another version or plugins.
  • The calendar is displayed in your page when you insert the [fullcalendar] shortcode. Here is a sample with multiple calendars and a few CSS.
  • Here is a sample with a single calendar and a custom CSS.


  1. Download plugin Full Calendar into /wp-content/plugins/.
  2. Activate plugin.
  3. Visit Google Calendar and create your calendar.
  4. Configure FullCalendar in the WordPress Setup menu.
  5. Insert the [fullcalendar] shortcode in your pages/posts.


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  • First version.


  • Updated to fullcalendar 2.2.2


  • Updated to fullcalendar 3.4.0.