Redframe makes it possible to add your Google Calendar to your website using External Pages.
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- Enter the required information for a Google Account
- After you have an account, go to: http://www.google.com/calendar. There you will verify your information and set up your new calendar.
There are some basic customizations required on order to publish your calendar on your Redframe website. Please follow the steps below:
- Make your calendar public. Click Settings.
- Under Sharing, click Share this calendar.
- Check the box next to Make this calendar public, then click Save. More details about public calendars can be found by clicking Learn More.
Next, obtain your calendar’s website address (URL):
- In the calendar list on the left side of the page, click the down-arrow button next to your calendar, then select Calendar settings.
- Scroll down to the Calendar Address section, then click the HTML button. A pop-up window with your calendar’s public URL will appear.
- This is your calendar’s website address (URL). Copy this URL for future use. You can highlight the URL, right click, then choose “Copy”; alternatively, you can highlight the URL and press CONTROL+C on Windows (COMMAND+C on Mac) to copy the URL.
Now that your public calendar has been created, you can publish it to your Redframe website:
- Click New Page in the Top Menu.
- In the Create New Page window, click Create a Page Connected to Another Website.
- Under Enter a Page Title, type the name of your Google Calendar.
- Click Enter Page URL, then paste (CONTROL+V on Windows, COMMAND+V on Mac) the Calendar Address URL into the Enter URL field.
- Click Create New External Page. The new External Page to Google Calendar will be added and your website will reload.