Introduction
Why another JavaScript Calendar...
  • a good-looking, if not the best, javascript calendar or datepicker without the pain of javascript.

  • simple to start with, while powerful enough to meet any sophisticated requirement, even driven by XML.

  • all-purpose and extremely perfect for plain HTML, ASP, ASP.Net, JSP, PHP, ColdFusion etc.

Does your website need an interactive event calendar?

Wouldn't it be terrific if your visitors could see what you have planned by date for the entire month(s)? Do you love to see something intuitive on your website like the calendar on the left column of this page?

You may love it, but also hesitate about the browser compatibility and the complexity of scripts. Luckily, such feelings are history now - just take a look by right-click this page and select "view source" - you'll be amazed to find out that the calendar on the left side of this page is rendered by just a standard HTML tag. Wasn't it a dream of every web developer to have a calendar tag supported by all the browsers? It has now come true, right before your eyes.

<iframe name="gToday:mini:agenda.js" id="gToday:mini:agenda.js" src="scripts/calendar/iflateng.htm" scrolling="no" frameborder="0"></iframe>

Above is the HTML tag for the calendar on the left side. It not only works in all major browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera etc., but also works well on state-of-art mobile Safari and Android browsers. And it not just looks simple, it actually is that simple. You can put it anywhere in your web page, in tables/layers/menus, just the same way as the other HTML tags. And not just one, you can have many of them synchonized to behave like an integrated unit. Please take a look at our online demos or even download a free version to play locally. You'll see why we call it eXtremely Perfect.

Working with CalendarXP's calendar and date picker products, there is almost nothing messy in your webpage. Although it's a javascript solution it's designed so well that you don't even have to know anything about javascript in order to use it. All you need is to place the calendar tag to wherever you want it to appear. And there are plenty examples and variety themes in the download package that may inspire the design of your website.

As a mature product, almost every single bit of the CalendarXP product can be customized to suit your own unique taste. Although the product itself doesn't rely on server-side scripts, it surely can benefit from them at your wish. It supports various web technology, including ASP.net, JSP, PHP, ColdFusion and XML. Please go over our detailed tutorials and you will find how powerful the javascript calendar can be. Following please find a sample snippet of the calendar agenda in XML:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?> 
<agenda>
<event year="2005" month="4" date="1" bgcolor="#00ff00" fgcolor="black" bgimg="" border="gold">
<tooltip>this is a test</tooltip>
<action>alert(123)</action>
</event>
<event year="2005" month="1" date="1" bgcolor="green" border="null">
<tooltip>this is a new test</tooltip>
<action/>
<html><![CDATA[
<br>
<b>this is a new test</b>
]]></html>
</event>
</agenda>

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