Color Calendar

The Color Calendar Web Part displays the color-coded appointments of the selected SharePoint Calendar.The web part size can be freely specified which allows to create a "mini" calendar.


You can configure the following web part properties:
calendar size

hide or show weekends
configure CSS settings for individual formatting


WebPart Properties
Property NameDescription
Site Select a listed Site, where the Calendar is located in
Other Sie Url If you like to specify a URL/Site, use this field
Calendar Select your Calendar
Default View Set the default view (Month, Week, Day)
Number of events displayed per day Limits the number of events displayed on a day (Month view)
Calendar Width (px) Set the Width of the Calender.
Calendar Height (px) Set the Height of the Calender.
Category Colors Each Category will be displayed in another Color
Show Details View Link Enable a detailview on Mouse hover
Show Weekends Enable or disable Weekends in the displayed section
Show Category Legend nable or disable the legend for the Category Colors
- (ie: Business=tomato;Meeting=red;Get-together=#00be9c;Holiday=#efc94c)
CSS Styles Select a Class / ID and manipulate the object with CSS.
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    Jon Upshaw
    08/12/2019 22:33
    Is there anyway to display a specific month, I am looking for a way to display and entire year at the same time. In the past I accomplished this by placing 12 web parts on the same page and then filtering each view to display a specific month. However it appears that I can no longer do this.
    Raphael Bloch
    09/27/2019 13:31
    We apologize for this late response.
    We have updated the ColorCalendar Web Part with this feature.
    Please update your version and use the Web Part property option: 2019-01-23|
    This will set the default view to the 23 of Januar 2019.