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If you want to have a datepicker in your form, you should use the
<date> element (or
<datetime> for date + time).
<date ref="birthday"> <label>Birthday</label> </date>
You can change the configuration of datapickers, and change the datepicker for an other one with the attribute
General configuration of datepickers ¶
In the section
forms of the configuration file of jelix, you can configure the default datepicker used by jelix:
[forms] controls.datetime.input = "menulists" controls.datetime.months.labels = "names"
controls.datetime.input indicates the type of input: "textboxes" if you want textboxes, or "menulists" for menulist. In both cases, an additionnal button while be displayed and will allow you to choose the date with a calendar.
controls.datetime.months.labels indicates if menulists should display numbers, names or shortnames for monthes (respectively "numbers", "names", "shortnames").
Using an other type of datepicker ¶
By default, jForms uses the datepicker of jQuery. But you can use an other datepicker, or configure the default one in an other manner.
Each type of datepicker should be declared in the
[datepickers] type1 = file1.js type2 = file2.js type3 = file3.js ...
The default type should be indicated in the
datepicker option in the section
forms. Here is the default configuration:
[forms] ... datepicker = default [datepickers] default = jelix/js/jforms/datepickers/default/init.js
In a form, to indicate a specific type of datepicker, use the
datepicker attribute on the element
Creating a type of datepicker ¶
Its name should be
jelix_datepicker_xxx where xxx is the type name. The function should accept this arguments:
name), the maximum date (
maxDate) or the minimum date (
- a string which contains the code of the current lang
- the value of the basePath.
The function is called for each datepicker of the form, and should initialize (or create) a datepicker on the different fields needed for the date. jForms generate three fields for a datepicker (day, month, hour). Their names began by the name of form plus the name of the control. Example, for a form "sample.form.xml" in a module "testapp" of the application, and which contains a control
<date> named "birthday", you then will have some html field: "jforms_testapp_sample_birthday_month", "jforms_testapp_sample_birthday_day", and "jforms_testapp_sample_birthday_year".