But discarding the whole issue of learning how to use RW, Stacks, Foundation and then the bespoke CMS Admin area, a big issue is one of cost. That must add up to about $250 and that buys a lot of prebuilt templates or a bespoke single page site all done.
If I were to use something like Surreal CMS, and given that I use JW Agent to control content per device: is it safe to presume that it will be possible to edit via these devices? I would have to, in order to access the content.
Thanks Yuzool, I’m still considering options including the ones you suggest. I guess the Google Cal has its place as an overview. But I’d also be looking to have it more stylised, and I suppose I could make something. One option is it wouldn’t have to be a Cal as such, just a list of upcoming events. But it may be more fleshed out, with a title, date, picture, description, venue, performers list etc. per event.
Something like @Jannis Poster stack might work. What would be neat though, is once the date of an event has passed, it disappears from view.
There is a great stack from Swiss designer Rapid Ideas called Event Calender with the option to pull in a Google Cal.
You can design the layout (colours etc) as you wish. See screenshots.
The only problem is that Rapid Ideas can’t be reached via his website anymore and I don’t know how you could buy the stack.
Perhaps the german super specialists @Jannis or @wolf know more about Rapid Ideas situation…
Just to throw in another calendar option - I use Tockify ( https://tockify.com ) for an events calendar for a music venue ( https://www.garrickstemple.org.uk/Events-2019/ ) the basic version, which I use, is free. If you pay the annual fee it allows for many more preferences with regard to its appearance on your web page. Tockify provide the code to embed the calendar in your Rapidweaver made website. Very easy to use for low tech minds and can be edited by anyone, anywhere on any computer.