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i need desperate help. how do i accomplish designing a query webpart calendar with a design like this:

< month >

i also need to navigate through different months. can i do this using html or javascript with xslt because i need to do some xsl editing to deploy the webpart in my own custom design. anu help would be much appreciated. thanks

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I have no idea what a "query webpart calendar" is, and I would not describe

< month >

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okay, a query web part is from sharepoint 2007, it uses itemstyle.xsl as a basis for its display or design. i don't know the right term, but i need to be able to navigate the 12 months of the year. can anyone help? someone who knows sharepoint too. i need to put the
< month > inside the xsl file. so how do i do it?

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I've no idea what sharepoint 2007 is (there are zillions of technologies out there, and the only one you can assume people know on this forum is XSLT). If you can't express your problem in XSLT terms, then I suggest you try a different forum. Expressing it in XSLT terms basically means telling us what the XML input of your transformation is, and what XML or HTML output you want to produce.

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