Ok, im not getting any answers at all, Id like to try this one
Please teach me how to convert a date(in mm-dd-yy format) into milliseconds and from milliseconds into date in mm-dd-yy format!
Im thinking if i can convert the date into a number it would be easier for me to add x number of days into that date since i will be converting the no. of days into milliseconds as well.
I am working with an API that delivers a date like this: P20DT9H1M14S Standing for a period of 20 days, and time of 9 hours, 1 minute, and 14 seconds. I am trying to figure out how to convert the P20DT9H1M14S to this: 20 days, 9 hours, 1 minute, and 14 seconds.
I have a start date and end date text boxs. What I would like to achieve is when a submit button is clicked all the available dates between start and end dates should be displayed together with 3 check boxes next to each date (please see below). I am just wondering whether that'sachievablewith jquery, and if so, how I might be able to implement this.
I have added a booking form to a website with belongs to fastbooking.You can see a temporary website here. http:[url]....It works perfectly fine in Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari but it does not load on Internet Explorer.On the other browsers the form loads todays date and the year is generated but on IE the date stays on 01-01 and no year is generated.I'm using wordpress as a cms.I think the code that is not loading is <body onLoad='start();'>But I'm not sure. The code of the year is
<select name='fromyear' class="input" onChange='update_departure();'> <option value="0"></option> </select> But since it's no just the year I assume its the onload code.
I tried to add the onload to the header function like this
We have a little callendar on our website. I have set the format of the date to "dd-mm-y" because I want the date to be saved europian, not american. When comfirming the form, the date is saved as 0000-00-00. The date shows correctly on the form itself. I have two scripts: Calendar.js and Calendar-en-GB.js. Calendar-en-GB.js contains the 'settings'. (Including date format). I can't figure out the problem and thought maybe one of you could. I have uploaded the scripts in one .zip file: [URL]
I want to display the alert when user enters the time less than the system time and date should be current date and if the date is greater than current date it should ignore the alert box. Here is the code
Can anybody give me complete code and steps wherein i can implement the dtpicker in only "yyyy-mm-dd" format. i want the user to select the date using this dtpicker and the selected date should show in the textbox on the form.
I'd like to insert a date on a webpage in the following format: Monday, May 10, 2010 However, I want to be able to set the date 6 days before the current date. So, if today's date is Monday, May 10, 2010, I want it to instead display the following: Tuesday, May 4, 2010
I've inherited a Form which calculates a future date based on a calculation and then inserts today's date and the future date into a database. The day part of the date is formatted as a number. This is fine, but up to 9 the numbers display in single figures with no leading zeros. I want them to display leading zeros (e.g. 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11... 30, 31) So;
1/12/2010 is NOT wanted 01/12/2010 IS wanted
The inherited code originally set the Month names as "Jan", "Feb" etc, and it was easy to kludge these to 01, 02... 12, but I suspect there's a more elgant solution to this as well, this bit of the code works so it's not as vital to neaten this but my database needs dd/mm/yyyy format (it's a third party email program).
For example if the bill date is 7/27/2010 and the due date was not captured, I want to set the due date as 8/10/2010 (14 days after the bill date). If the due date was captured as 8/10/2010, but the due date is blank, I want to assign the bill date as 7/27/2010 (14 days before the due date).
I have a drop down menu where people can select a month, day and year. Based on their selection, I want to show them an image.
If their selection is >= July 26, 2010 but <= July 25, 2011, show the red image; If their selection is >= July 26, 2011 but <= July 25, 2012, show the white image; If their selection is >= July 26, 2012 but <= July 25, 2013, show the blue image; If their selection is >= July 26, 2013 but <= July 25, 2014, show the yellow image;
I don't know how to compare a selected date to a range of dates like this.
I am trying to make a date picker that will disallow user from selecting the date that has past (i.e. can't select yesterday's date). Here is my original script for the calendar but it allows user to select past date.
Code: var datePickerDivID = "datepicker"; var iFrameDivID = "datepickeriframe";
I'm trying to get a full date. In this script I want the user to be able to enter a date and get a 1000 day result a full (date) mm/dd/yyy. So far this give me the year only. I've tried so many ways.