source: trunk/grails-app/views/event/create_timepicker.gsp @ 154

Last change on this file since 154 was 121, checked in by jahn, 9 years ago

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8<html>
9    <head>
10        <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
11        <meta name="layout" content="main" />
12        <g:set var="entityName" value="${message(code: 'event.label', default: 'Event')}" />
13        <title><g:message code="default.create.label" args="[entityName]" /></title>
14        <g:render template="../common/jquerysetup"/>
15        <g:render template="../common/jqueryuisetup"/>
16        <g:render template="../common/jquerytmsetup"/>
17    </head>
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21    <body>
22                <h1>A Timepicker for jQuery-UI</h1>
23                <p><a href='http://milesich.com/'>Martin Milesich</a> has written an extension of the jQuery-UI <a href='http://jqueryui.com/demos/datepicker/'>Datepicker</a> that includes time picking.</p>
24                <p>I'm working with people who have a need for such a control and who thought his would suffice. But I think the sliding controls are non-obvious for users. With five minute intervals satisfactory to the task at hand I redesigned the plugin.</p>
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26                <p>Test date/time field: <input id="test" /></p>
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28                <script>
29                        $(function() {
30                            $('#test').datepicker({
31                                duration: '',
32                                showTime: true,
33                                constrainInput: false
34                             });
35                        });
36                </script>
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40    </body>
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42</html>
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