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This topic contains 6 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  alan egan 6 months ago.

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  • #6904

    Linda Gonzalez

    I am trying to create a new page which will be the “Inquire & Book” (i.e. availability, calendar, etc) for my second proprety. But I cannot figure out how to add a calendar to this new page? I copied the short-code from the original Inquire&Book page, but I don’t see where I can paste it to a new page?

  • #6915

    alan egan

    Hello Linda,

    You can only the calendar that comes with the website for 1 property. You can either upgrade to the paid version or use something like instead.

  • #6929

    Linda Gonzalez

    Thanks Alan! I upgraded BookingCalendar to the “Personal” version ($59.25) which provides an unlimited number of distinct calendars. Cheers!

  • #7000


    I am using  Ownerez  to create second widget code for a property.  The first widget worked just fine but with the second one for the second property continue to get “server error (403 error) when I copy and paste the new code into Elementor and update.  Becky

    • #7086


      The same (403 error) is occurring for me after adding the OwnerRez widgets. Did you find a solution?


  • #7152

    Rob G

    I have had a problem with wp simple booking calendar. I understand that it only gives you one free calendar, but when I try to add a calendar there is no Add calendar button like they show in their video. Also they lowered their price of the premium version (linda gonzalez) to $30 which I might consider-I thought $60 was pretty steep.
    I tried uninstalling and re installing the plug in, but no change. If the free version doesn’t work-I a bit leery of buying the paid version. As a workaround for now, I just expanded my tablepress column to include a reserved or available column. if you want to look.
    Not sure I like the solution as I don’t rally want another third party involved in the payments
    (whether its free or not). A simple availability calendar would be great and I would add my own paypal button
    for online payments-or just invoice individually. Instant booking is fine and all but is it really that much trouble to send and email?

  • #7164

    alan egan

    You can insert the short code for the calendar into the page where you want it to display

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