Adding google to your word press site

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How to add a Google Calendar to a WordPress Widget Area so events on the website stay updated without logging into WordPress.

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Adding google to your word press site

  1. 1. Adding Google To Your WordPress SiteArelthia PhillipsTwitter: @PintopProFacebook: facebook.com/pintopproductionshttp://www.PintopProductions.com
  2. 2. Problem• Hired temp worker to keep upcoming events on website current.• Uncomfortable giving temp worker access to website
  3. 3. Solution• Share Google Calendar with Temp Worker• Have calendar updates automatically added to Website
  4. 4. email@gmail.com <email@gmail.com>
  5. 5. email@gmail.com <email@gmail.com>
  6. 6. Click XML Button
  7. 7. Copy the feedAddress
  8. 8. Click Add New
  9. 9. Search for Google Calendar Events
  10. 10. Add A Feed TitleAdd The Feed Address
  11. 11. Change If You WantCheck If You Want
  12. 12. Add TitleChoose desired options
  13. 13. View the calendar on the your site
  14. 14. Hover over eventdates to see eventdate, time, and title.
  15. 15. Recap• Make your Google calendar public• Copy the XML version (the feed) of the calendar address• Install the Google Calendar Events Plug-in by Ross Hanney• Add your Google calendar feed to the plug-in settings• Adjust the plug-in settings• Add the Google Calendar Events widget
  16. 16. Benefit Of Using Google Calendar• You don’t have to give a temp worker access to the WordPress Admin area
  17. 17. Adding Google To Your WordPress SiteArelthia PhillipsTwitter: @PintopProFacebook: facebook.com/pintopproductionshttp://www.PintopProductions.com

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