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Old February 8th, 2007, 02:02 AM
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Hello! I've gotten my Diary up and running. I've even modified the look. My question is this: I need to change the EditEvent.aspx & AddEvent.aspx pages, specifically the Duration dd and Start dd to be date fields [XX/XX/2007] preferably deafaulted with the current date in the START. One dd is the Start Date and one the end date. Now I know that by clicking on the actual date on the calender, this is your "end date", or the time that the event occurs. I want to be able to mod the code to have both a start time and end time rather than duration of hours.
Can any one kind of walk me into this. I dont want to break anything. And Im fairly new to VB. Decent with SQL. Any guidance is appreciated.

This is my first post ever. I hope it wasnt too confusing. The book is great! I got the CMS running too. Thanks for the help.:D
 
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Hi there,

I am not sure what you're asking (I guess the post is confusing after all ;) )

Can't you just add two dates to the event, and let the user set both with two different calendars?

Are you asking for a conceptual solution, or don't you know how to code it?

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