This is just un update for the original calendar script. It includes the american date format(year-month-day). It’s also the default setting now so if you need other formats you’ll have to play with the options. All the other stuff remain as in the first version, so you’ll find the documentation here.
This is a calendar to be used as a date picker, or date display. Can be used in as many instances as you want, with some handy options.
THIS VERSION IS NOW DEPRECATED. THE NEW VERSION CAN BE FOUND HERE
There are 2 modes for the calendar: Strict and Loose. In strict mode, the calendar has the date selection limited, to a certain period defined in days(see flags & options for details). In loose mode, the calendar has the date selection unlimited.
You can choose the returned date format, as well as how the date should be filled back:full date in one input, or multiple inputs(see flags&options for details).
The look of the calendar is fully CSS customizable. You’ll find the css file in the .zip along with the js file (you’ll have to include both in your template) .
I’ve tried to make the calendar to serve as a stand alone script, but it can be easily be integrated in other projects, and you can even take the calendar’s development further if you need for a more specific job for it.
Wouldn’t you like to display the rss feed from other websites/blogs in your own website or blog? Well, now you can with this simple, and easy to configure widget. You can see an example of how it works if you look in the right column (“Latest from BBC” section). Don’t worry, about the look. Since the content get appended to your own website(no iframes or other tricks) you can easily manipulate the look of your widget with the help of CSS.
You can get the code from here.
For CSS styling you should know the structure:
h2 -> item title.
p-> item description
#ct_logo -> id of the “powered by… ” at the bottom. If you don’t wish to display it, … display:none; should be enough.
All the elements are structured like this
P.S. Being an alpha release, it means it still has a lot of things to be fixed, but it should do it’s job if configured properly. I have tested the widget wih IE5+, FireFox and Opera8. If you have any kind of problems, bugs to report, or just say thanks, drop a comment. Cheers.