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How does it work?

First of all, you need to register (free), in order to create and edit your calendar.

After this first step, you will be provided with a code snippet which you'll have to copy and paste into your webpage. From that moment on, the calendar will appear in your page.

DEMO (Public site)

Here is a demo of the calendar that will appear in the public site(beside this text) and a demo of the administration interface(below this text).

Check this video demo to see a sample of how it can be managed.

To see the changes applied from the administration area applied to the "public site calendar" you need to refresh this page.

DEMO (Administration console)

How much does it cost?

Prices are based on the number of calendar requests to our servers. Each time that the page containing a calendar on your site is visited (a page impression), this will require a calendar to be served from our server. That means: 1 page impression = 1 calendar request.

up to 50 impressionsmonthyFREE!
up to 500 impressionsmonthy$4.99
up to 1,500 impressionsmonthy$9.99
up to 3,000 impressionsmonthy$14.99
up to 5,000 impressionsmonthy$19.99
up to 10,000 impressionsmonthy$29.99
up to 15,000 impressionsmonthy$39.99
up to 50,000 impressionsmonthy$69.99
up to 100,000 impressionsmonthy$99.99
up to 500,000 impressionsmonthy$199.99

Our free basic package covers up to 50 page impressions per month. If the page that contains the calendar on your site is viewed less than 50 times per month, then the free package is enough for you. On the other hand, if that page has a large number of page impressions per month, then you need to acquire one of the above packages.

Note: The payment is made through a Paypal subscription, this way you don't have to manually pay the package each month, because the subscription is automatic. You can cancel the subscription at any time.

Note: The impressions are not accumulative; the value is reset at the beginning of the month (the month starts to count the day that you make the package purchase).