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Calendar Display

Is there a Jquery plugin or PHP script that displays a calendar from a MySQL Query?

Meaning, I do a SELECT Query and in the returns are dates, and when I display the dates, there is automatically generated calendar (Sunday - Saturday, the first - 31st)?

Does that make sense.
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
There are a lot of PHP Calendar scripts.  They are fairly complicated because people want not just a display but a way to enter events and categories.  I've been using this one on my own website for years http://sourceforge.net/projects/extcal/  and this earlier version on several customer sites:  http://sourceforge.net/projects/extcal/files/EXTcalendar/EXTcalendar%201.1/
Chris StanyonCommented:
Personally I've used FullCalendar a few times and it seems to do the job nicely. It gives you a full view calendar (Day, Week, Month views) and you can easily populate the calendar with events, selected from a database if needed. The front end is jQuery based.

Ray PaseurCommented:
I thought I posted the link to this article in one of your earlier questions, but maybe I overlooked it.  See practical application #6 and #12.
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