>I had wondered if I didn't need to be more specific with the selector in
>the CSS. I was curious because the example in the YUI documentation just
>states you need the year, month, and day.
Yes, I read this too and wondered, why it is not more "usefull", but reading on
a few more paragraphs I found:
"NOTE: These rules will be prefixed with the default YUI Sam Skin class (.yui-skin-sam), if you're working with Calendar's Sam Skin CSS file. See YUI's skinning reference article for more details about prefixing skin related CSS rules with a skin class."
So it's there, but I would prefer a copy-paste description with a note "If You're NOT using the .yui-skin-sam, you might need to remove ... and replace it with Your main skin prefix" something like that. I think most of us use the .yui-skin-sam, at least when we start to deal with YUI.
Actually I thought ".yui-skin-sam" meant "sample". But later I read it's due credit to a "Sam" who created it :-D