Art Calendar

Art Calendar allows you to display a highly-configurable calendar and events. Add Google Calendar events to your calendar.


Importing Events via CSV

Formatting is important for CSV file upload imports. The CSV file must be setup correctly with the first row as headers and the subsequent rows as events and their respective data. It is recommended that you download the sample CSV from inside the Art Calendar component 'import events' area and use it as a template to enter in your event data. This will help ensure your import's success.

Below are the column headers you can use in your CSV file to upload as well as their data types and explanations. The data you import through a CSV file needs to match up with the below headings and data types.

CSV Column Header Names & Types
Column HeaderTypeNotes
titlestring (text)The name of your event. No double quotes in text as this will break the CSV formatting.
descriptionstring (text)A description of your event to provide more information. This field shows on the front end of the calendar in the event modal that is launched when you click on an event. No double quotes in text as this will break the CSV formatting.
startdatetimeThe start datetime of your event. Should be in following format MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS if you want to import date and time data for your event. If you don't care about the time during your import you can just omit the time from your date. No double quotes in text as this will break the CSV formatting.
enddatetimeThe end datetime of your event. Should be in following format MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS if you want to import date and time data for your event. If you don't care about the time during your import you can just omit the time from your date. No double quotes in text as this will break the CSV formatting.
showTimeinteger binary (0 or 1)0 for don't show time on event and 1 for do show time on event.
publishedinteger binary (0 or 1)0 for unpublished and 1 for published.