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    Hey All,

    I need to create a calender for my website, which will include events, so when you user clicks on the date, it comes up with the event details.

    So, if possible, to have it password protected? If there is any way to doing that.

    Not sure if I need to use Javascript or not, most likely do :P

    Cheers Guys!!!

  • #2
    Yes, without javascript it is not possilbe.

    jQuery calendar is best and easy way for this:

    http://jqueryui.com/demos/datepicker/

    http://www.1stwebdesigner.com/freebi...endar-plugins/

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    • #3
      Thanks for the response, exactly what I was looking for.

      Any ideas with having a password, so the admin can add events?

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      • #4
        For this you have to write code your own.

        Post this in javascript thread.. you will surely get answer

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        • #5
          Any ideas with having a password, so the admin can add events?
          Now you're talking server-side code. You can google "php login scripts" or something similar and find tons of free code for a login feature. I wouldn't code a login in using javascript.
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          • #6
            Yeah I've been told its not a great idea, people can just view the source and get in. PHP seems to be the best option, just need to figure out how to use it :P

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Brooksy View Post
              Yeah I've been told its not a great idea, people can just view the source and get in. PHP seems to be the best option, just need to figure out how to use it :P
              First make sure your hosting provider supports php scripting. Most do as its a free application server.

              As I said before, yuo can probably find a ton of fully functional php login scripts in a google search, along with any tutorials should you get stumped setting it up.
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              • #8
                Yeah I've seen a few tutorials which are very handy, just have to try them out and see what happens. Need to make sure to keep a backup just it case it goes wrong

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                • #9
                  Need to make sure to keep a backup just it case it goes wrong
                  Yes always keep backups, whether on the remote server or another folder. I usually set up a "testing" folder and copy any files/pages to there when trying out new code.
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