Navigate to whichever page you would like to add the Calendar widget


  1. Click Edit Page
  2. Click the Edit Content icon (pencil) and select either Insert before or Insert after
  3. Choose one of the two Calendar-related widgets (List or List Grid).  I will use List for this explanation
  4. From the Department option, select where the Calendar items you are pulling from are located
  5. The Tags field allows to set the widget to display only those posts that are tagged with a specific tag.
  6. Select what events should be displayed either future events or ones that have already past. By default the widget will display future events.
  7. Choose the number of events to be displayed from one to ten.
  8. For the List Heading you can enter whatever header you'd like to show above your Calendar List . . . or you can opt to not have a heading. Your choice.
  9. The Heading Size just determines how large that heading will be.
  10. The Description is just that . . . an explanation of what information is being displayed. We usually leave it blank, but you're welcome to add information.
  11. The Title Sizes refer to the titles of each News article.
  12. The Thumbnails allow you to control how large a graphic associated with the Calendar article is, or to not display them at all.
  13. Chose to display Dates and Teasers. By default both options are off.
  14. Select if you want to enable the Read More link for each item listed.
  15. The View Link Text allows you to create a text link pointing back to the module list. If blank, the link will not display.
  16. Finally select if you want to enable a Subscribe/RSS Link (RSS feed) which by default is off. Note: Some browsers do not handle RSS feeds so code will be displayed on the screen. An external RSS reader will need to be used by visitors if they are using Chrome.
  17. When you are finished, click on the green Create button and your Calendar widget will show up on the page.
  18. Make sure to click the Save --> Publish options just as you would when you're editing pages.