The Sun and Moon calendar labels are so small I can barely read them.

iOS devices, such as iPhone and iPad, try to make the event height in the calendar match the actual length of the event. This is done to an extreme, making the font very small for short events. Most Sun and Moon calendar events are instantaneous or very short, which makes the text tiny and almost illegible.

There is a way to circumvent the problem - show the events as all day.

Step 1

Short events, such as sunrises, sunsets and Moon phases appear tiny on the iPhone/iPad.

This happens because the iPhone/iPad makes the text smaller to fit in the allocated space, even to the point where the text is no longer legible.


Short events, such as sunrises, sunsets and Moon phases appear tiny on the iPhone/iPad.
This happens because the iPhone/iPad makes the text smaller to fit in the allocated space, even to the point where the text is no longer legible.
Step 2

Log in to WebCal.Guru and go to My calendars page.

Locate the calendar which has too small texts (usually Sun or Moon).

Click Edit.


Log in to WebCal.Guru and go to My calendars page.
Locate the calendar which has too small texts (usually Sun or Moon).
Click Edit.
Step 3

Toggle Show events as all day to ON.

Click Save.


Toggle Show events as all day to ON.
Click Save.
Step 4

The events will be moved to the top and shown with a bigger font.

This happens when iPhone Calendar refreshes the calendar.

If you want to make it refresh immediately, please continue to 'How do I force my calendar application to refresh a calendar subscription?'


The events will be moved to the top and shown with a bigger font.
This happens when iPhone Calendar refreshes the calendar.
If you want to make it refresh immediately, please continue to 'How do I force my calendar application to refresh a calendar subscription?'