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amr ical events lists

Description

Display event lists, big box calendars, upcoming events widgets or small calendar widgets. Encourage viewers to subscribe to or bookmark your events on their calendars.

This plugin offers a thorough Ical calendar parser – copes with all the ical recurrence possibilities, and a large part of the rest of the RFC 5545 specification.

This free version accepts one or many ical urls for ics files. It produces a very stylable list of events, notes, todo’s or freebusy info. Create events in wp with the add-on.

Demo

See options in action at the Demo site

Events in wordpress

If you also want a complete “inhouse” solution where you can create events in wordpress with multiple event classification options, and produce your own ics feeds from those, please see events plugin home page. amr-events is an extension of amr-ical-events-list and will use any configuration from it.

Features

Displays events from multiple calendars in out the box or with customised grouping, formatting and styling. Multiple pages or post or widget or both.

Lots of css hooks to style it the way you want. – Generate multiple css tags including for hcalendar miccroformat support.

List upcoming recurring or single events, notes, journal, freebusy information from many ical feeds. Offers a range of defaults and customisation options.

Group events by month/week/day or many other for presentation and styling. Offers your viewers the option to subscribe or add the events or the whole calendar to their calendars (google or other).

Translations
Many thanks to the following people for the translations. Note that I am unable to verify these and they may be out of date with the current version.:

  • Norwegian from John Enebak (tweaked from the Danish)
  • Spanish from Andrew at webhostinghub
  • Italian by Andrea aka sciamannikoo
  • Lithuanian by Nata Strazda from Web Hub
  • Polish by Kasia
  • French by fxbenard aka 3emeOeil
  • Dutch by Fred Onis
  • Danish by Georg Adamsen from wpbureauet.dk
  • Belorussian by Alexander Ovsov from webhostinggeeks.com/science
  • Romainian by webgeek
  • Russian (partial) by ghost (antsar.info)
  • Hindi translation by Ashish J. of Outshine solutions
  • Ukranian translation by Michael Yunat of getvoip.com/blog

If anyone would like to offer some translations, please do. The Co