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. Of course next step when implementing this is to make it read from a database or XML file, I just wanted to get the browser-compatibility as accurate as possible first.
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- added on September 27, 2007
I needed a quick feature on a website which would allow a user to select a date from a popup calendar and have it inserted automatically in a text field in the format 2007-12-31, found Matt Kruse's free script called calendarpopup which I integrated into my site in about 10 minutes. Display the source code
, then copy it into a .js file called "thirdParty/calendarPopup/calendarPopup.js", then use the following code to run a sample, then build it into your site.
: i could not found calender control can you please give me code in php reply
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: I want to implement a Calendar on a FORM having formid in JSF reply
- added on August 19, 2007
This code plays two different .wav files depending on which link you click. I tested it in IE6 and Firefox2. Works nicely for short files (e.g. pronouncing words on an educational site) or for intranet applications. Explorer will use Windows Media Player and for Firefox you have to install QuickTime, an easy install.
If you need to emulate a button for some reason, this code will get you started. It also flips through an array of texts so if you wanted to make a slideshow of texts or pictures, this would be good base code.
Kevin: I'm looking through this but I can't figure out where the data goes when you select your items and hit the 'Send' button
Wayne Boyd: In this example, the action is set to "" in the line:
<form action="" id="main">
So it doesn't go anywhere or do anything unless you edit it more.
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There may be times when you want an event to be first ONLY when a user DOUBLE clicks on a link and not on a simple click. You simply use the ondblclick event. Note however, that everytime a double click is fired, a click is necessarily fired before it.
This shows you how to use the onload event in the body tag to show the current date and time when the user loads the page, nicely formatted as well.
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