Within the Easy GCalendar settings you could switch between different frontend Frameworks that is quite useful if you use as example a template that is based on Bootstrap 3. The Component currently supports the following Frontend Frameworks: Bootstrap 2 (Joomla 3.x builtin) Bootstrap 3 Bootstrap 4 (soon)
With version 2.0.6 EasyImage Rotator we have added support for responsive images and bootstrap 3 layouts. The new responsive mode is enabled by default und should work with single image and Image Slider setups. Please be aware of the responsive mode does not work together with corping images that will be disabled aoutmaticaly if the responsive mode is enabled!
With version 1.2.0 Easy Calendar we have added the support of a new filter option for the calendar. This filter give you the possibility to select between the selected calendars from the backend and will than only display selected calendar events.
To enable the required Google API functionality for to the Google Calendar please follow the instruction below. First of all, it must logon in with an existing account to https://console.developers.google.com or create a new one. After successful login, you will see the API Manager - Dashboard her you could find a quick overview of usage statistics and a list of all enabled API's for your account. To enabled a new API please click on "Enabled API" you could than search [...]
If you like to use a calendar that has events that should not display any details like title, description or location cause of privacy restrictions you could do this by enabling the relevant setting within the Google calendar event settings. The displayed text could be customized within the translations.
Easy GCalendar use Google Calendar to display events from a public calendar. In some cases it might be useful to double-check if you could reach the API from your System / Browser, keep also in mind that the access of the API is maybe restricted e.g. to a specific IP-Address. Check the Google API Manager settings to get an overview of all enabled APIs. Ensure that the Calendar API is enabled. Replace [YourCalendarId] with your Calendar ID from Google [...]
Easy GCalendar use Google Calendar to display events from a public calendar. Google Calendar can serve as a backend that manages and persistently stores event data. You must first have a Google Calendar API Key Go to the Google Developer Console and create a new project. Once in the project, go to APIs & auth > APIs on the sidebar. Find "Calendar API" in the list and turn it ON. On the sidebar, click APIs & auth > [...]
Install the extension Download the latest version of the Easy GCalendar. Next, go to your Joomla backend administration area and install it via Extensions -> Install/Uninstall. Now all required extensions of Easy GCalendar are installed. Download the latest version of the Easy GCalendar Go to the Joomla extension manager Click on the Upload & Install button and choose the downloaded package Set your timezone In your Joomla Global Server settings, change the time zone to your timezone. [...]
NO this is currently not possible.