Calendar Extensions
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Multi-View Calendar for Joomla!:
Multi-View Calendar for Joomla! is based in a fully tested and stable calendars developed initially for Web sites created using Dreamweaver.
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Multi-View Calendar for Joomla

Multi-View Calendar is a web calendar for showing events and data linked to (or directly over) a date or date range on Joomla websites. It has various visualization options and predefined color schemes.

Below you can see some samples of visualization modes and predefined color schemes. The wide range of visualization modes and the configuration parameters for the behaviors allow using this calendar for different applications. This calendar is available as Joomla component, module and plugin.


  • Multiple visualization modes: Daily View, Weekly View, Monthly View, Multi-Month View, Multi-days View.
  • Several configuration options from the Joomla backend.
  • You can let users to edit the calendar information from the frontend.
  • The information associated to a date can be shown in a floating panel over the date when viewing the calendar in the Multi-Month View.
  • The dates can be linked to other webpages and optionally you can pass the related date as a parameter to those pages. This feature can be used only from the calendar Multi-Month View.
  • You can select which of the calendar buttons you want to show/hide.
  • It's available in the following languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Czech, Dutch, Russian, Norwegian, Slovak, Polish and Slovenian.
  • Already includes 23 predefined color schemes. You can also edit the CSS files if needed.
  • Supports recurrent / repeat events
  • Ajax-based administration - no need to reload the page.
  • Tooltip displayed on month,week and day view.
  • Images directly on the calendar cells like in a picture calendar.
  • Can be setup to display only the weekdays needed (Ex: from Monday to Friday).
  • Can be setup to use a 12 or 24 hour clock.
  • Includes User Permissions Management: You can select which users can add, edit and/or delete events in the front-end if the "Edition mode" is enabled.
  • You can create, edit and delete color palettes. Color palettes can be assigned to calendars.
  • Includes an optional "User Plugin" to automatically create a calendar each time a new user is registered. The calendar can be assigned to the registered user so he/she can manage his/her own calendar.
  • Uses the popular jQuery library to render the calendar.

Check below the demo and screenshots to see more features.


Select one of the pre-defined color schemes:
These styles are included in the product. You can select any of them when publishing the calendar from the backend.

Sample Visualization Modes and Color Schemes:

There are too many visualization modes available through combining the 23 predefined color schemes with each one of the calendar modes (Daily view, Weekly view, Monthly view, and multi-Month view), enabling or disabling each set of buttons, number of months to display, etc... The following are just a few set of samples showing different visualizations (click to open sample in new window):


This calendar has been designed to be used with Joomla! 1.5.x, Joomla! 1.6.x, Joomla! 1.7.x , Joomla! 2.5.x and the new Joomla! 3.x. There are separate installers for each Joomla version. The version featured on this page works on Joomla! 1.5.x, Joomla! 1.6.x, Joomla! 1.7.x, Joomla! 2.5.x and the new Joomla! 3.x.

If you need a version of this calendar for websites that are not based on Joomla have a look at our Multi View Calendar for Dreamweaver.

If you need the calendar for another version of Joomla, please contact us.

Update Notice:

An update has been published on August, 2014 to improve the plugin security and fix a XSS (cross-site scripting) vulnerability. If you are using a version older than the 5.4.0 we recommend to update it to the latest version.

For updating the free version of the plugin use the download link located at the bottom of this page.

For updating the commercial version follow the instructions received in the update notification email (sent to the email address registered for suport) or use your personal download link to download and install the most recent version. You can contact our support service for more information.

Installation and Use - Videos:

Click on the videos below to see how the calendar can be managed:

Installation and Use - Instructions:

Download the calendar "Multi View Calendar for Joomla", then proceed to the installation. To install the component in Joomla! you will need to access the Joomla! Administration menu, once there, follow the path Menu> Extensions> Install/Uninstall, select "Browse" and look for the previously downloaded file. Hit the "Upload File & Install" button.

Once the Calendar is installed, you will be able to set up the component. To do so, follow path Menu > Components and select "Multi-Calendar" component. You will be displayed the following options::

  1. Create a new "Multi-Calendar" using "New" button, located on the top bar.
  2. Publish the calendar by selecting Publish to the List or "Publish" button on the top bar.
  3. To add information, click on "Data Manager" and enter the desired information.

To show the calendar on the website, Multi View Calendar offers two options; as module or as component.

Publish the Calendar as a component:

  1. Go to Menu and click on "New" button.
  2. Select "Multi-Calendar".
  3. Add the menu name and Joomla basic parameters.
  4. IMPORTANT: In the parameters select the calendar you wish to link to the menu and the language in which you wish to display it.

Note: The calendar is available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Czech, Dutch, Russian, Norwegian, Slovak, Polish and Slovenian.

Publish the Calendar as a module:

First download the "Multi View Calendar" module for Joomla. Follow the same steps as with the component installation. If the component is not installed, the module will not be able to work. Once installed, go to the Module Manager, Menu> Extensions> Module Manager and select "Multi-Calendar". You will need to specify which of the calendars created in the component will be shown, also select the language and the rest of the basic configuration data of Joomla that allows you to select the location of the module, etc. Finally publish the module and it will be displayed in your site.

The "User Plugin":

With the "User Plugin" a calendar is automatically created each time a new user is registered. To get these automatically created calendars assigned to the registered user, in the component, module or content plugin select "multicalendar - Logged user's calendar".

Publish the Calendar as a plugin (into an article):

  1. Install the two plugin packages (button plugin and content plugin) in Joomla (usually in Menus>> Extensions>> Install)
  2. Go to the Plugin Manager (usually in Menus >> Extensions) and enable the "Content - Multi-Calendar" and "Editor Button - Multi-Calendar"
  3. Now go to any article (Content >> Article Manager) and use the button named "Multi-Calendar" (located below the editor area) to insert the calendar. You will be asked to select the calendar that you want to insert. That's all, save your article and check it at the front-end.

Instant Download

Basic Version
  • Limited to 5 events
  • Events are shared between all the calendars
  • Contains a link to the product's page
download Calendar for joomla
Direct download link.
No registration required.
Unzip the downloaded file to select the installers for the Joomla version that you are using.
Professional Version
USD $59.99
  • Supports an unlimited number of events
  • You can setup an unlimited number of calendars, each one with its own events
  • No links to the product's page
  • Includes 60 days of technical support
Preferred payment method:
After payment you will be redirected to download and the download link will be emailed to the payment address.

Note: Licensed under GNU GPL.