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Popup calendar functionality for web browsers

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Hello,

I am looking for a popup calendar functionality simillar to notes client for web browser. Can anybody help me out...
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Hello susan,

Pop-up calendar for the web browser can be qachived by using java script. Lots of java script calendars are available for free at http://www.javascripts.com. Get a script of your choice and paste the code in a form and pass it through the HTML. Save the form to create a document out of it.

From the main form where u want the pop-up calendar, call this calendar document on the click of the calendar icon. The size of the new window can be controlled as per requirement.

Try it out and let me know if u face any problem.
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Hello Amit,

I have managed to get hold of cool java script code for the site u mentioned. I like ur idea and working on those line.

Thanx
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