Embed a Calendar on a Website

You can embed a calendar on a website to make it easy for others to view. There are lots of great uses for an embedded calendar.

Here are several examples from Teamup users:

Embed a Calendar Using iframe

Here’s an example of an embedded calendar using iframe:

Using iframe code makes it simple to embed a calendar on almost any website. Typically it is best to embed a read-only version of your calendar into your public website, unless you want your users to be able to add or modify events.

To embed a Teamup calendar on your website, follow these instructions.

Embed a Calendar Using a WordPress Plugin

If you use WordPress, there’s a quick way to embed a Teamup calendar on your website: the Teamup Plugin for WordPress sites.

This plugin makes it easy to insert a Teamup Calendar into a WordPress site. It is currently in beta and we’d appreciate your feedback if you use the plugin.

To install and start using the plugin, follow these steps.

 

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