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Turn off the default modifications to month layouts on small mobile devices.


Set the date display format.


Display your calendars in a more compact layout.


Customize the day-of-week column labels in month and week views.

Sample Calendars

This page shows “live” calendar views using our default sample calendar. You can also preview your own calendar if you know your ICS feed URL. Calendar appearance (colors, fonts, etc.) can be customized with CSS or, in the Pro version, via the Customizer. Note: ICS Calendar Pro includes four additional views, not shown here. Those…

Website updates

While I am always working on improving ICS Calendar and ICS Calendar Pro, at this point my “main gig” is still freelance client work, building WordPress based websites. Working on the ICS Calendar website is an interesting experience then, as I am the client. It’s a very helpful exercise, as it gives me a chance…

New features and bug fixes in ICS Calendar Pro version 3.7.0

Today marks the release of ICS Calendar Pro version 3.7.0. This version includes functional enhancements that were added to ICS Calendar in versions 8.7.0 and 8.8.0 over the past month, along with a few targeted bug fixes in the Month with Sidebar view, and some general CSS tweaks. The calendar builder now includes the updated…

New shortcode options in ICS Calendar 8.7.0: compact and nomonthheaders

Much of our recent development attention has been on translations, bug fixes, and updates to ICS Calendar Pro, but today I have two brand new features to announce in the free ICS Calendar plugin, version 8.7.0. First, there’s compact=”true”, which you can add to your shortcode to apply a more “compact” view to your calendar.…

New features and language lessons

ICS Calendar and ICS Calendar Pro are constantly evolving: adding new features, fixing the occasional bug that those new features introduce or that has been lurking quietly in the shadows, adding polish where possible. The goal is always to make the plugin as useful to as many people as possible, while also keeping its trademark…