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drop calendar javascript for both IE and Mozilla

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Hello, I am a newbie for a javascript. Then, theres the project assign to me which really much involved in javascript. This project is about a drop down calendar date that should be compatible for both browser (IE and Mozilla).

I would like to ask if you have any suggestion for a down calendar date that would read in both browser (IE and Mozilla).
Do you have any reference for the sample code or open source code or code?

Any suggestions is appreciated. :)
Apr 14 '09 #1
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gregerly
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Look at jquery ui datepicker. One of the best cross browser datepicker / calendar I've used. I use it extensively in my most current project.

Hope that helps!

Greg
Apr 14 '09 #2

acoder
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The Dynarch calendar is pretty good too.
Apr 14 '09 #3

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Thanks for the reply both of you (Gregerlyand Acoder). Your advices and suggestions help me a lot.

Well, my team member gave an open source javascript code of a drop calendar code from @ http://www.rainforestnet.com (file = DateTimePicker.js) but when I used that in our system, it displays good in IE which really meet to the expectation result. But in Mozilla every time i click the button to popup a calendar or to display calendar, it just displays at the end of the of the web page.

Do you have any suggestions for this on how to solve this problem?

I dont want to display the drop Calendar at end of the web page.

Any suggestion is highly appreciated..
Apr 15 '09 #4

gregerly
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I can't comment on the rainforesnet.com script, as I haven't used it. I will say again that I am currently using and having no problems cross browser with jQuery UI datepicker. At least there are live demos where you can test in each browser and see if it works. Give it a shot.

http://jqueryui.com/demos/datepicker/
Apr 15 '09 #5

acoder
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@lion cave
I tried the demo and it displays at the correct position. Try looking at the demos and adapting the code.
Apr 16 '09 #6

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Well, i would like to thanks both of you to all the suggestions.

It really helps me well in solving my problem about the drop calendar...

This site is really helpful to me.
I really like this site.
:)
Apr 17 '09 #7

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