ICS Display


Fetch and display events from your Google, Outlook or iCal calendar (or any other .ics file) in your blog. Combine multiple ICS-files to one event table.


This plugin provides 1 block.

ICS Display


  1. Upload ‘ics-display’ folder to your plugins folder
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Customize ICS-URLs in admin → « ICS Display »


There is a feature that I want…

If you would like a new feature, or something doesn’t work the way it should, do not hesitate to contact me

I have a URL that starts with WebCal

If you have a URL that starts with webcal, then all you have to do is change the webcal:// to http:// or (better) https:// and that should work.

How often is the calendar checked for new events?

The calendar is checked on the fly.

Why aren’t my events showing up correctly?

This plugin makes an attempt to support as many event definitions that follow the ICS specification (RFC 2445) as possible. However, there may be bugs in how the plugin interprets the parsed data.

If an event is showing up correctly in your calendar application (iCal, Google Calendar) but not on your blog, please contact me.


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Contributors & Developers

“ICS Display” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • Changed base class loading to prevent usage of defined COVI classes


  • Added option to name single .ICS-entries
  • Added option to configure display-options
  • Added PRO-option
    • Added display as list and calendar (in PRO)
  • Added weekly checkup of .ICS-calls


  • This was the first version available.