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Calendar Popup
Calendar Popup is an easy to use control that allows a developer to integrate date selection into their web forms without occupying large amounts of realty.  There are several displayable versions that you can choose from.  They include TextBoxButton, TextBoxImage, LabelButton, and LabelImage.

The actual calendar that is displayed to the user is completely generated with Javascript.  If the user is using a DHTML enabled browser, they will see a calendar popup after they click on the button.  If they are using a non-DHTML enabled browser, they will see a new window open up, that acts exactly the same as the DHTML version.

This control was built with IE 5+ and Netscape 6+ in mind, but Netscape 4 (not IE 4) is supported.  By default, Netscape 4 can only display the textbox and button/image version.  The good thing is, you as a developer don't need to worry, that logic is built in.  The reason for this is because Netscape 4 has a bug that whenever it sees a <LAYER> tag within  tags, it doesn't display anything afterwards.

This control has support for the various CultureInfo objects. Developers now have the option to hide/show drop-down lists explicitly - by default they are not hidden, plus More!

A demo for this control is located here: View Demo

You can download the installation files by clicking here. Remember, if you have downloaded another component, you do not need to download this one. They are all apart of the same assembly. Also, you have the option of downloading the .NET 1.0, .NET 1.1, .NET 2.0, or .NET 3.5 assemblies, however while .NET 1.0 and .NET 1.1 are in synch with each other, the 2.0 and 3.5 assemblies have much more vast functionality contained within them.

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