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Torben Søemod
Posted: 11/16/2003, 2:38 PM

Does anybody have any experience in integrating CalendarXP into CCS ?

IF ypou dont know this check it out :

Im using it but to put it requires alot of hand coding everytime.

- This at the field in the html:

<input maxlength="10" size="10" value="{Start}"
name="Start"> <a
t.Booking.Todayt);return false;" href="javascript:void(0)"><img alt=""
src="calbtn.gif" border="0" name="popcal"></a></td>
// The following script is used to hide the calendar whenever you click the
// NOTE: It doesn't support NN4 well. And if you use
document.captureEvents(Event.CLICK), NN4 will drop out all the inline events
and thus prevent everything from working. Currently no workaround yet.
var t=!e?;
if (t!="popcal") gfPop.fHideCal();

- This need to go in the botoom of the HTML :

<!-- PopCalendar(tag name and id must match) Tags should sit at the page
bottom -->
<iframe width="192" height="187" name="gToday:fancy:agenda.js"
id="gToday:fancy:agenda.js" src="/Javascript/ipopeng.htm" scrolling="no"
frameborder="0" style="BORDER-RIGHT: gray 1px solid; BORDER-TOP: gray 1px
solid; Z-INDEX: 65535; LEFT: -500px; VISIBILITY: visible; BORDER-LEFT: gray
1px solid; BORDER-BOTTOM: gray 1px solid; POSITION: absolute; TOP:
<layer name="gToday:fancy:agenda.js" visibility="hide"

- And then the required files :

some gif files etc.

And once in a while the html reformating f.... up the javascript - and makes
un usable !!

How do make the above easy to handle and avoid CCS to reformat my


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