ClockLink provides fashionable yet free online clocks made from Flash that can be easily embedded in your web page or in your blog. All you need to do is simply paste the tag on your web page. You can choose a time zone for your clock so it will show the correct time, and they also provide a variety of selection, including Analog Clocks, Digital Clocks, Count Down Clocks, Count Up Clocks, World Clocks, and many more. Decorate your website or blog with ClockLink’s clocks now.
License: License Free
This Vista-like Ajax Calendar script is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial 3.0 License. You can use these files however you want, but don’t redistribute without the proper credits and do not use this for commercial purposes.
Requirements: Mootools Framework
License: Creative Commons 3.0 License
jQuery Interactive Date Range Picker is a modified version of jQuery UI’s Datepicker. This version is optimized for quickly selecting a date from a list of preset dates/ranges, and they added smooth transitions when additional options are revealed. The modifications include:
- shortcut links to preset date ranges, for example, “Past 30 days” or “Current YTD,”
- links to “All dates before…” and “All dates after…” to simplify selecting a range of values where the data set is very large or the high or low end value is an unknown
- only showing the number of calendars needed for choosing a particular range
The interactive date range picker shown is not coded for ease of modification, but is free to reuse and modify with a proper attribution to Filament Group. You can visit the demo page and view the source code to see how it works.
License: GPL and Creative Commons 3.0 License
Sliding Date-Picker enables you to pick dates with a simple slider bar. By dragging the bar over the time-line, the dates change instantly. Besides this, when the user decides to manually change the dates, the bar is automatically adjusted to the corresponding dates. Sliding Date-Picker is based on Prototype/Scriptaculous, but now combined with the DateJs library as well. It has been tested it in Firefox 2.x and IE6+ and it is licensed under the GPL license.
Requirements: Firefox 2.x and IE6+
License: GPL License
Requirements: No Requirements
License: MIT License
To be honest, this is one of the best calendar I have ever seen. I was really excited when I was playing with Calendar. It is powerful and yet really easy to implement. You can also have different CSS Styling for the calendar.
Calendar has been successfully tested in Safari, Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer. The class requires Mootools 1.1 with Fx.Style, Element and Window. In order to enable dragging, the class also requires the Drag component.
Requirements: Safari, Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer with Mootools Framework
License: MIT License
However, MooMonth is still in alpha stages though, it will be several weeks before ready to be tested in production. Feel free to try it out and then give Dnalor your opinions and suggestions about the calendar.
Requirements: MooTools Framework Required
License: LGPL License
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Requirements: XHTML Doctype
License: License Free
License: Creative Commons License
- The HTML for the calendar is standards-compliant.
- The calendar appears in the same window as the input field(s). It doesn’t annoyingly pop up in a new window.
- It has no hard-coded styles; apply your own .css file to customize DateChooser’s appearance.
- Return values are flexible, using patterns borrowed from PHP’s date() function.
- It doesn’t pollute the global namespace.
Requirements: Internet Explorer 5+, Firefox 1.0+, Opera 8+, Safari
License: CC Attribution 2.0 License