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Calendar disapears after month selection change

Posted on 2011-02-23
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Hi,

I have a web form that I have been asked to create which requires two calendars. The one calendar will remain open when the next or previous month is changed, however the other calendar disappears after month value is changed.

Is there any way I can stop this from happening please?
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Using master page and jquery for the calendars?

You need to link javascript files in child page that creates the calendar.
If using jquery, only UI files need to be reloaded inside that page.

Postback is causing this error, no need to postback if you are not validating the text control that holds the date. and use : "return false;" where needed.
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