The UC Events Calendar Widget will display events from any account, or combination of accounts, from the main UConn Events Calendar.
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To Get Started
On a page using Page Builder, click on Add Widget.
Select the UC Events Calendar widget.
How to Use the UC Events Calendar widget
Paste the link to an RSS feed from the calendar into this section. You can follow the link next to the text field to create an RSS feed.
This is the number of upcoming events that will appear.
Text will give you the dates and titles of events in a simple text format.
Icons will place each date in a block, and also include the start time for each event.
You can embed either a list of Upcoming events or a full Month view of events on any post or page using a shortcode.
The calendar number is the last number in the web address when viewing a specific calendar on events.uconn.edu.
When viewing the UConn Master Calendar, the number is “42”
Here on the Benton Museum Calendar, the number is “99”
Embed an Upcoming List
Use this shortcode but replace the ‘cal’ number with that of your own calendar. You can the maximum amount of events that appear by changing the number next to ‘limit‘.
[uc_cal view="upcoming" cal="42" limit="10"]
Embed a Month View
Copy and paste the code below into your page and replace the cal number “42” for your calendar’s number.
[uc_cal view="month" cal="42" limit="10"]
You can show events from multiple calendars by entering a comma separated list of calendars’ numbers.
[uc_cal view="month" cal="141, 42" limit="10"]
Embed a Semester List
To create a list which displays all events for all days of a semester use the shortcode below. To select a different semester you can replace "Spring 2020" with Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall followed by a space and than the year you wish to show.
[uc_cal view="upcoming" cal="42" limit="10" semester="Spring 2020"]
You can only have one calendar shortcode on a page. Any additional shortcodes you add will be ignored by the system.
To link to the current month, week or day of your calendar, you should follow the format below.
For example, http://events.uconn.edu/current/month/42 takes you to the current month view of the UConn Master Calendar.