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2/26/15
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Embedded Calendar Blank

I have a Google calendar embedded on my website to display student assignments and tutoring times. They have been working fin for 2 years, but in the last week, they will load as blank calendars on some computers. 

I have had students using both PC and Mac, Android and iOS reporting issues.
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Francy.
2/27/15
Francy.
Hi Mrs. Driver,

Would you mind sharing the website where the calendar is embedded? This way we can reproduce the error as well. 

Are using Google Apps for work?  Make sure that you domain-level setting was not changed, if so, you'll need to adjust to allow sharing outside the domain.

I'll wait for you answer. 

Francy. 



CIRZamboniDJ
2/27/15
CIRZamboniDJ
pdscomp
2/27/15
pdscomp
I'm seeing the same problem, here is my site containing the embedded HTMLView:


Please help!
2/27/15
Original Poster
Google user
If I clear the browsing history, the calendar will load correctly, but only once. The next time I try to load it, I have to do the same thing again.


I have three calendars embedded. Here is one:



The second:

The third:
Francy.
2/27/15
Francy.
Hi all,

I checked all your calendars and seem to be working fine on my end using Google Chrome.  Can you check using a different web browser? (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox) Also check if it happens on incognito mode? If this continues, could you guys report back to me? Let me know if this is happening when using Chrome or Internet Explorer. 

I know this is probably not an ideal solution but can you uncheck "Block third-party cookies" in the Advanced Settings.

Best,
Francy. 



 
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Louise Jakobsson
6/13/18
Louise Jakobsson
My problem to show the embedded calendar on my website got solved through playing around in "customize" (a button to the bottom right to where you find the embedded code). 
 
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