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Loxi Event Calendar


Loxi is an event calendar that can be displayed anywhere. Publish events to a beautiful, responsive calendar and use it anywhere on an unlimited number of sites. This plugin lets you embed your Loxi calendar on any WordPress page or post with a simple shortcode.

Loxi is lovingly handcrafted and maintained by Modern Tribe, the creators of The Events Calendar. We’ve applied our many years of experience developing the most widely used WordPress calendar plugin to make a beautiful online calendar that works anywhere.

Create your Loxi account today! It’s free to try and one flat monthly fee from there. That’s it. No shenanigans.

Build Your Perfect Calendar in Minutes

Loxi takes all of the work out of creating events and is delightfully simple to set up. There’s no coding required, no theme conflicts to worry about, it looks like a million bucks right out of the box, AND it works on all devices. Spend less time configuring and more time promoting your events!

An Online Calendar That Scales With You

Loxi is a fully-hosted calendar, meaning you never have to worry about overloading your WordPress database. Your Loxi calendar can hold as many events as you need and lets you publish an unlimited number of events. That’s right, go ahead and create events freely and let Loxi carry the load while you enjoy the speed and performance of our servers, regardless of how many events you host.

Your Events are Always Backed Up and Safe

Your calendar is always online and available to view, even if your site goes down. We actively monitor our servers and back everything up on a regular basis to ensure that your events and data are always secure not matter what happens with your WordPress installation.

Take Your Events With You Anywhere

Sure, it’s great to have your calendar on your WordPress site, but what if you want to display it on other WordPress sites? Or non-WordPress sites? Loxi lets you take your calendar and events anywhere. Publish once and promote infinitely!

Loxi Features

  • Repeat events: Create daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly repeating events
  • Import events: Auto-add events from Google, Outlook, iCalendar and more
  • Unlimited events: Add as many events as you want with no limits
  • Multiple views: Includes a month and list view featuring clean, uncluttered design
  • Search and filters: Visitors can find events by keyword, location, or category
  • Saved details: Store key information like venues and organizers for quick access and updates
  • Mobile-friendly: Month View and List View look great on any screen



Minimum Requirements

  • A Loxi account (signup)
  • PHP 5.6 or greater (PHP 7.1 or greater is recommended)
  • MySQL 5.6 or greater
  • WordPress 4.8 or greater

Automatic Installation

The easiest way to get started is to install and activate the plugin from the WordPress admin.

  • Sign into your WordPress dashboard
  • Go to the Plugins page
  • Search “Loxi Event Calendar”
  • Click the install button
  • Activate the plugin

Manual Installation

  • Download the plugin from the WordPress Plugins directory
  • Upload the plugin ZIP file to the “wp-content/plugins” folder on your server via FTP
  • Sign into your WordPress dashboard
  • Go to the Plugins page
  • Activate the plugin

Automatic Updates

Loxi can be automatically updated when new versions are released, like any other WordPress plugin. If you have auto-update enabled, please make sure you backup your site routinely as a best practice.


Do I need a Loxi account to use this plugin?

Yes, you definitely need to sign up for a Loxi account to use this plugin. But fear not! You can sign up for a demo account absolutely free and with zero commitment, then upgrade only when you want to. The demo account allows you to test things out as much and as long as you want.

Shortcode Examples

The default shortcode to embed your Loxi calendar is: [loxi calendar="my-awesome-calendar"].

Customize the appearance of the calendar with any of the following:

  • calendar: Your calendar ID (e.g. my-awesome-calendar if your calendar URL is
  • default-layout: Accepts month or list
  • color: Sets the primary color of the calendar with a hex value (e.g. #ff9800)
  • show-search-filter: Set to 1 to show the keyword search and 0 to hide it
  • show-category-filter: Set to 1 to show the category filter dropdown and 0 to hide it
  • show-location-filter: Set to 1 to show the location filter dropdown and 0 to hide it
  • show-view-switcher: Set to 1 to allow visitors to switch views and 0 to disable it

An orange calendar that displays the month view with the view switcher disabled would be:

[loxi calendar="my-awesome-calendar" default-layout="month" color="#ff9800" show-view-switcher="0"]

…where my-awesome-calendar is the ID of your calendar or the calendar you want to embed.

Where can I get support?

Right here in the WordPress forums! Our team is on hand and happy to help with any questions you have about this plugin and setting it up.

Have questions about Loxi’s service or your account? Please visit our Help Center for those and other things not directly related to this plugin or WordPress. That will make sure you get the help you need and that we’re following WordPress support guidelines. ๐Ÿ™‚


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Contributors & Developers

“Loxi Event Calendar” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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1.0.0 – July 17th, 2018

Our very first release — virtual high fives!

(… um, we can tell when you don’t virtual high five us back.)

  • New: Embed your Loxi calendar with a shortcode
  • New: A slew of parameters that can be used to customize the calendar appearance, like color, default view, and animal style. Whoops, that last one was my In-N-Out order.