NOTE: This post is somewhat old. You might want to check out this premium WordPress Calendar Plugin for setting up a calendar on your site. If not, check out the info below.
You can easily add a Google calendar to your wordpress blog using this handy plugin. All you have to do is download the plugin, add it to your wordpress plugins folder like usual and activate it. You’ll then have to grab a Google data api key here, then create a public calendar in Google Calendars where you’ll need to grab the public XML feed for your calendar.
Below you can click on the first screenshot to figure out how to find your calendar XML feed URL to use in the plugin settings.
Having a public calendar is very useful for those who need to display events on their site. Photographers, musicians, event cordinators, etc. can make use of Google calendars right inside their sites running wordpress or even on static html pages. If you don’t use wordpress you can embed a Calendar using the iframe embed feature inside of Google calendars.
Hope the screenshots were helpful if you had a hard time finding the XML feed URL to use.
Note: that you need to include the XML feed URL to the full feed, not the basic one for this to work. So you need to replace the word basic to full in the feed URL. There is no link to the full feed that I know of in Google Calendars. So this http://email@example.com/public/basic becomes http://firstname.lastname@example.org/public/full. Note that I just changed the last directory from basic to full.
Interested in seeing the Google Calendar in action on a wordpress blog? Visit this page: Charleston Live Music Events -Link is no longer working.
Update: There is a new wordpress calendar plugin you might like.