Ashwin, Have you tried customizing the built-in CSS? There are several classes you can modify: calcell, calcellhover, etc. You should change those to get the
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, May 31, 2006
Have you tried customizing the built-in CSS? There are several classes
you can modify: calcell, calcellhover, etc. You should change those to get the
look you’re trying to achieve for your calendar cells.
Web Developer, Platform Engineering
Tried using YAHOO.util.Dom.addClass(cell, "celldisabled");
The effect is the color of that
class is all over my calendar and i am not able to view any of the dates :-)
On May 31, 2006, at 9:47 PM, Ashwin Prabhu wrote:
Thanks a lot for your input.
This kinda works but the problem is it doesn't have the same
effect on the date cells, as they would have when the minDate and maxDate
methods are used.
What i get here is that the links disappear, so i cant
select any of the dates but they look like selectable.
i tried setting the cells class attribute using
Where 'celldisabled' is my custom CSS class attribute. But
it didnt work... may be the class getting rendered internally
is overriding my class.
Is it possible to change the way to have those look like
On May 31, 2006, at 7:47 PM, Steven Peterson wrote:
In order to disable all days, you will need to modify the
default renderer. Change the renderCellDefault function to not append a link.
It would look something like this:
On Apr 13, 2006, at 11:23 AM,
Steven Peterson wrote:
What is the date range you’re trying to disable? You can use
minDate, maxDate, or attach renderers for any range of dates. If you let me
know what the range of dates is that you’re trying to make available, maybe I
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