Calendar event color

Troubleshooting Calendar Events

I have added events to my calendar but they only show when I hover over them. It looks like my calendar is EMPTY!

No worries,  you just need to choose a calendar event color.

Go to your Dashboard and click Sidebar Modules and then go to Calendars.

Scroll down to the calendar to be edited and click on the green pencil.

Then use the color picker to choose a color for the events and save your changes.

This allows the events to display on the calendar as a colored bar rather than white and is much more visible.

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