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DHTML Behaviors Library : Calendar Behavior - 15 Nov 2001

Description: The calendar behavior is used to provide a quick and easy method for users to find and select a date. It can be used in any situation where date input is required, such as on a web page form, in utilities, or in applications.

More Details
The calendar behavior inserts a calendar control into a Web page. The calendar consists of three main sections.
The title area displays the month, year, and month and year list boxes.
Days of the week are ordered horizontally below the title area. The individual days of the month, including overlapping days from the previous and following month, are contained in a grid below the days of the week.

Browser/Platform Compatibility
Behaviors are supported in Internet Explorer 5 for the Win32 and Unix platforms. Any browser that doesn't support behaviors will ignore them.

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