FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
If you need a simple, elegant calendar to display the current days of the month, Basic Calendar is an excellent script for the purpose. Uses CSS to allow easy changing to its appearance, everything from calendar dimensions, colors, down to the font used to highlight the current day.
calendar FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Constantin's cool DHTML calendar not only allows you to look up the calendar for
any month of any year, but do so with style!
calendar II FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
An extremely versatile DHTML calendar targeted for IE4+ and NS6+ browsers.
Proprietary calendar IE5+
Utilizing IE 5's support for DHTML behaviors, Microsoft has made this highly stable
and attractive calendar script for those needing a calendar to use on their site. Visible
in IE 5+, and simply ignored by all other browser.
Calendar IE5+ Opr7+
your form contain INPUT box(es) that require a date value from
the visitor? Sev's Popup Calendar script allows for a visual,
interactive way of selecting and inputting this date. Click on a link, and
a DHTML calendar drops down, allowing the user to click the desired date
to enter into form element.
Calendar FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Similar to the above script, Xin's
Popup Calendar makes inputting dates into forms as easy as
point-and-click. Your user simply selects the date from a popup-window calendar,
and it's automatically entered into the designated form field.
Jason's Date Input Calendar
FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
This script displays a popup calendar next to date fields to
make it easy for users to fill out the date. The script also generates the
actual date field as well using select menus and a text box, and creates a
hidden field to contain the user selected Date value.