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MB Calendar – Marian Bucur

MB Calendar

Ladies and gentleman, I want to present to you my latest WordPress plugin: MB Calendar, the FREE version of MB WordPress Calendar!



  • PHP 5 or greater
  • WordPress 3.0 or greater
  • No coding skills


  • Changeable first day of the week
  • Create unlimited calendars
  • Each calendar and event can be customized using a wide number of options
  • Single and multiple day events
  • All day events
  • Event priority
  • The events can be sorted by date, priority or title
  • AJAX front-end

UPGRADE NOW and get more features:

  • Custom language support
  • Event recursion


  1. Upload the `mb-calendar/` folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory.
  2. Activate MB Calendar through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.



Event list
Event list



Admin calendar list
Admin calendar list

Admin event list
Admin event list

Event configuration
Calendar configuration

Calendar configuration
Event configuration

Download MB Calendar

  1. Good morning, I wonder if we can translate from English to purtuguês of Brazil.

  2. Hello Gilberto,

    In order to use translations, you must upgrade to the paid version of the plugin.

    You can do so by clicking here.

  3. Nice calendar work perfectly for me

  4. nice plugin work for us

  5. Marian,

    This plugin is exactly what I hoped to find – An easy 3 step process (4, if you count installation of the plugin in wp as a step).

    Amazingly, after about an hour of searching and reviewing numerous other plugins that were either too complicated or required time consuming setup – too many required decisions during setup, most did not have the ability to just easily create a calendar and view.

    Your plugin allows one to create a calendar, create an event on said calendar and then simply PASTE the SHORTCODE of that particular calendar on a particular page or post, in less than 5 minutes. Done.

    Thank you!

  6. Is it posible to activate the calendar in a widget (custom text)? I have added the shortcode to a widget but it’s show the shortcode instead of the calendar. On a textpage the calandar works.
    I have the paid version

  7. Hello Niek,

    I’m sorry, but it’s not possible to activate the calendar there. It seems WordPress doesn’t process shortcodes in the text widget.

  8. Hi Marian. I wondered if you could take a look at the EVENT LIST calendar at this URL:

    When clicking on the next/previous arrows the month name does not update. Is this a bug? Other than that I love how simple the plugin is to use and plan on keeping it, I just wasn’t sure if the name of the month should be changing as I click to next/previous months.

    Thank you, Jonathan

  9. Hello Jonathan.

    It seems it’s a CSS glitch, caused by the small width.

    You can fix this by setting display: none; to .mbc-current-month and increasing the width of .mbc-navigation to 100%

    Kind Regards,


  10. I noticed a small CSS problem with the Calendar/Event List button. Where do I go to make the fix you described in one of your post? Thanks,


  11. Hello Vy,

    What kind of CSS problem are you referring to?

    Kind Regards,


  12. Hello,
    I’ve been using this plugin with no problems, but I’m now having a problem getting an event to show up on the last day of the month while in event view. I have one published for Aug 31 and it is not showing. I tried messing with the time & if it’s set to 12:00 am start on the last day of the month, it works, but anything later it does not show up. I also tried testing this with different months and it doesn’t seem to matter what month it is. All events on the last days don’t show up on the front end event view which is what we use. I double checked the my time zone is set correctly. I made some adjustments in the settings of my site to pinpoint the time zone to the city, but that didn’t seep to make a difference. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  13. Hello Maria!

    I’m glad you’re using the plugin and I am sorry for the late reply.
    I want to let you know that I have fixed this bug.
    Thank you for reporting it to me.

    Kind regards,