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Old December 22nd, 2003, 06:40 AM
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Hi
I have the folowing situation.
On page First.aspx i have a hyperlink and text box. When i click link i want to open a popup window (page: Second.aspx) with a calendar control Cal1. When i click on a date on Cal1 i would like to close Second.aspx and to write date in textbox in First.aspx.
Also if textbox is not empty when link is clicked i want Cal1 to display that date as selected.
I know that i must use JavaScript but i am completly new in JScript so i need step by step explanation.
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Old December 22nd, 2003, 09:27 AM
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If you are completely new to JavaScript then perhaps you should take a look at some JavaScript tutorials. Short of writing it all for you, it's not easy for us to help you if you don't have an understanding of the basics. Once you have the basics, refine your search to JavaScript calendar and see what you can fine.

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