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Are there any hosted online calendars that wrap event names in the month view? I've looked at Google, Yahoo, Live, and a bunch of other little calendars, and so far, none of them wrap the text.

Here's an example of a calendar that does not wrap text (Google): https://www.google.com/calendar/hosted/oursaviorlouisville.com/embed?src=oursaviorlouisville.com_raog3vlau0lrjcn1fu03ipm5ok@group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/New_York&gsessionid=OK

Here's an example of what I want: http://www.mychurchevents.com/calendar/calendar.aspx?ci=G1N8F0N8I3K5O9L6I3

Obviously I've found one calendar that wraps text, but it is a Joomla plug-in, and the interface for managing events is pretty bad. I was hoping to find a calendar web app to replace it with. I am willing to pay a monthly fee for this calendar—free is not a requirement.

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keepandshare.com has an outstanding service. First calendar is free, up to 8 more for $20 a year.

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I ran a quick test on that site (had never heard of it before), and it does appear to wrap the text on long entry names, so it could be a solution. – Andrew Maiman Sep 18 '11 at 13:03
    
Please disclose any affiliation. – w3dk Oct 2 '15 at 9:02

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