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¿Como insertar un Calendario en mi Web? III

Visit Basic Calendar

If you need a simple, elegant calendar to display the current days of the month, the current date is highlighted within the Calendar. Basic Calendar is an excellent script for the purpose. Uses CSS to allow easy changing to its appearance, everything from calendar dimensions, colors, down to the font used to highlight the current day. Easily expand script to display multiple months, either all at once or otherwise. You can create simple functions to display the calendar dynamically, such as on demand using a drop down menu.

  • Cost: Free

CodeThatCalendar

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CodeThatCalendar enables you to easily add the date/time picker to your form or page. Both popup and inline calendars are supported. Features include support for current date and week highlighting, localization, CSS support; Ability to setup start year, date; Configurable scrolling feature; Support for various date formats; Ability to configure the Calendar through the CSS styles; Inline calendar support; Unlimited number of the calendar controls on the same form/page; All titles can be configured so localization of the calendar is easy.

  • Cost: Freeware
  • Version: 1.01
  • Platforms: Windows, Linux

DatePicker Control

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The DatePicker lets users easily select valid dates. No need to worry about date formats, by picking dates it's always correct. Browsing through the years is possible. Works with pre-1970 dates (no unix-style limitation). Allowed input formats are: American mm/dd/yyyy (12/31/2003), European dd.mm.yyyy (31.12.2003) and ISO yyyy-mm-dd (2003-12-31). The style and colors can be highly customized by color names and/or css classes. Dates can be selected and typed in. Validation of typed in dates - eg 2001/02/29 won't be accepted. Knows leap years.

  • Cost: Free/$20.00 - $460.00
  • Version: 4.5
  • Platforms: All

FlatCalendarXP

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FlatCalendarXP is arguably the most powerful and configurable JavaScript calendar available. There are very few, if any, things that other JavaScript calendars can do that FlatCalendarXP can not. You'll be amazed to see how simple and fast it is to get it generated by a calendar tag. It features database-driven events/agendas, real cross-browser capability, extremely customizable UI, super easy-to-use design and a compact and fast JavaScript engine. It works perfectly with ASP.NET, ASP, JSP, PHP, ColdFusion and other web frameworks.

  • Cost: Free/$109.00 - $999.00
  • Version: 9.4.246

Javascript Date Selector

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The Javascript Date Selector allows you to remove clumsy date fields on forms. With this date selector you can configure numerous date formats such as European date format (dd/mm/yyyy) or USA date format (mm/dd/yyyy). The date selector allows you to use either a mouseover or a onclick action to force the graphical calendar to popup. From there it allows you to navigate through months or years so that you can select the exact date you want. Once selected it automatically generates the date in the format that your script is set to.

  • Cost: Free/$40.00 - $350.00

PopCalendarXP

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PopCalendarXP is a good looking JavaScript date picker that comes with many convenient features to facilitate date inputs on your webpage. In short words, it's simple outside while powerful inside and all well documented that even people with little JavaScript experience can get it working in no time. It features auto-adaptive positioning, database-driven events/agendas, real cross browser capability, extremely customizable UI, super easy-to-use design and many handy options. It works perfectly with.NET, ASP, JSP, PHP and so on.

  • Cost: Free/$109.00 - $199.00
  • Version: 8.1

ScriptCalendar

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ScriptCalendar is a DHTML JavaScript Calendar that displays dates in typical wall calendar format for a specified month. The calendar is interactive and the user may select any month or year to display. The calendar has events that may be displayed within a date and these events are customizable. ScriptCalendar is consists entirely of javascript, no server side processing required. The events may be stored in a dcevent.js file, or in XML format. An XML toolkit is included which provides a GUI interface for adding or modifying events.

  • Cost: Trial/$45.00
  • Version: 4.0
  • Platforms: All

Simple Calendar Widget

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Here's a flexible, simple pop-up calendar written to work across browsers. It's fully commented and customisable for language, colours, date format and the week's start day. The pop-up displays a month at a time from a specified range of years. The optional year, month and day input determines the initial month displayed. Allows disabling of dates, date ranges and days of the week. This is ideal for combination with server-side technologies to produce a professional application.

  • Cost: Free
  • Version: 3.70
  • Platforms: All

Tigra Calendar

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Popup timestamp picker is a JavaScript applet that makes it easy for your visitors to fill out the date/time field(s) of your form, by selecting the date from a popup calendar. Script saves the time for those internet/intranet developers who need intuitive, easy to use client-side date or timestamp input control.

  • Cost: Free
  • Version: 3.2
  • Platforms: All

Date Picker

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The Date Picker object is the ideal calendar solution that allows you to create attractive calendar user controls quickly, easily and with no effort. The object provides you, as the developer, with the assurance and security that your user-inputs follows acceptable date formats and standards. The clickable dropdown calendar provides your users with an easy to use and intuitive control that prevents users from entering incorrect or invalid responses. The calendar dropdown will only activate if your user needs to input a date.

  • Cost: $19.00
  • Version: 3
  • Platforms: All