07 January 2015

How to Embed Calendar on your Blog in 3 Steps?

For bloggers who disclose the list of future events to the visitors (with proper description, or without), this free service may allow to embed easily any calendar to the blog or website. There are multiple useful features, which will allow readers to perform manipulations with data provided in such format, making your site even more valuable for them.

What is InstantCal?

InstantCal is a web-based service for displaying internet calendars on web sites. InstantCal may be used to embed any existing calendar into a web site. It is easy to use and its format, color scheme, visual effects may be customized.

Note that InstantCal only displays existing calendars. It cannot be used to create or manage calendars or to add calendar events. If you need an internet calendar, you may wish to use a search engine to find an internet calendar service.

What can I do with InstantCal?

InstantCal may be used to display, promote, and share all kinds of calendar information with web site visitors. It can display calendars in many forms, formats, colors, and visual effects. InstantCal also has a number of interactive features, providing an element of 'stickiness' to your website.
What are some of the interactive features of InstantCal?

Some of the interactive features of InstantCal are:
* showing event location maps and weather conditions
* sending notification messages when events are added, changed, or cancelled
* sending upcoming event reminders
* subscribing to RSS feeds
* printing calendars and events
* saving calendars and events to files
* exporting events to external calendars

What format of calendar data can I use?

The calendar data formats currently supported are: iCal, RSS, Webcal, and Twitter (JSON).

How much does it cost?

InstantCal is free for low volume use both commercially and non-commercially.

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