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    Default Calendar sometimes blacks out certain future days for some users?

    Hi,

    We have had a few customer say they could not choose the future dates they wanted because they would appear to be blacked out?


    http://www.smartparkjfk.com

    Any ideas?
    Thank you in advance for your time,
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    Any code?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Any code?

    Hi Mitchell,

    It took a while but I finally got a customer to send a screen capture(see below) so we could know exactly what we are dealing with.

    I am told that this displays as shown below in Internet Explorer 9 and AOL browser.



    Is it a CSS issue?
    Is is a code fix?
    If so, what code do you need to see? I can ask my programmer to get it to me and then I can pass it along?

    Thanks in advance for your time!

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    This is because the minValue is set to today's date I would assume.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    This is because the minValue is set to today's date I would assume.

    Thanks for quick response.

    Being that it is a reservations form it has to be set that way.
    Or is there a way to do it differently and still make it so they cannot reserve a past date and time?

    or is there something to force the calendar open with an image or css hack/fix?

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    So you want those days to be disabled but not look like that? I would inspect the DOM elements for those days and see what CSS class to hook into to change the background-color and the color.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    So you want those days to be disabled but not look like that? I would inspect the DOM elements for those days and see what CSS class to hook into to change the background-color and the color.

    The disabled expired days can stay like that. Thats not a problem.

    I am trying to resolve the width of the calendary - it cuts off after 5 days.

    Should I still try what you wrote above?

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