fcp.Calendar | JavaScriptSource


Felix Plesoianu Dec 15, 2006


A tiny, self-contained JavaScript library which displays a Gregorian calendar. An event is triggered when a user clicks on a date. Fully customizable via CSS. (Uses a European layout, i.e., the week begins on Monday.)


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Good job.

Nemoskipper Nov 12, 2007

Jordan,[br /]The term "Gregorian" refers to the length. The Gregorian solar calendar is an arithmetical calendar. It counts days as the basic unit of time, grouping them into years of 365 or 366 days. The script clearly says it uses a European layout, i.e., the week begins on Monday.

Lee Jan 3, 2007

This script does NOT provide a Gregorian calendar! A gregorian week begins on Sunday and ends on Saturday. This script is pretty weird, 'cause it rearranges the dates so that each row ends on a Sunday.

Jordan Lee Wagner Dec 30, 2006

Very nice script, would find it more practical if I could add an event when a date is clicked instead of showing a time taken from the visitors clock which is delayed to the time the page was first visited.[p]Thank you for a worthy attempt anyway, pity it has no extra feature to warrant using the script?

Hellas Haggis Dec 30, 2006

Got some good codes from the site.

Abhishek Kumar Dec 20, 2006