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Embed Your Calendar into SquareSpace

Article ID: 214
Last updated: 29 Dec, 2016

It's easy to add your CalendarWiz calendar or upcoming events list to a SquareSpace website.  These instructions will make your Calendarwiz calendar "responsive" to the desktop, tablet, or phone device that is viewing it.  Let's start by logging into your CalendarWiz calendar and your SquareSpace site.
 

​1.  Click to edit the SquareSpace webpage where you want to insert your full calendar.

2.  Hover and click the teardrop block icon where you want to insert your calendar.


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3.  Under the "Basic" section of the menu, click the Embed block icon.


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4. The Embed block will open, click the </> to the right of the embed field.



5. Paste the JavaScript code below into the code area.  Just be sure to replace your unique calendar identifier name where we've included the word "yourcalendaridentifier."
 

 
Important Note: Be sure that you've selected the categories that you want to display in your upcoming events list. Click here for tips on how to optimize your upcoming events list on phones.


8. Save changes. 

9. Next, navigate to your calendar page while NOT in edit mode to see the full calendar on desktop computers.  Then go to your calendar page to view the upcoming events list on phones.
 

We welcome you to contact us with any questions at  support@calendarwiz.com  We are always here to help.

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