Re: Date Output
- Gotcha.... I think.... leave it with me for the weekend... being
friday afternoon my minds as tarp as a shack so to speak.
> Steve --
> That may actually be a coding issue 8-)
are seeing is that JS will let you see it as a string, sortof..
> So if you grab the return from getSelectedDates and do something
> var calDate = cal1.getSelectedDates();
> calDate = (calDate.getMonth() + 1) + '/' + calDate.getDate() + '/'
+ calDate.getFullYear();You will get a value in calData like :
> See an example here:
> Dav Glass
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> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Steve <steve22_77@...>
> Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2006 8:55:21 PM
> Hi all,
> We are using the Yahoo calendar on our intranet (with much
> thanks to everyone involved in the project), however we have come
> across a small anomoly... When a user using IE selects a date
> date displays
> Tue, Sep 12 00:00:00 UTC+1000 2006
> In firefox it is displayed
> Tue, Sep 12 2006 00:00:00 UTC+1000
> We have found a work around - tell everyone to use IE
> however it would be nice if we could force it to return a set
> format regardless of browser such as yyyy-mm-dd.