Calendars can be seen frequently in most web pages today especially in blogs and personal websites. As for corporate sites or e-commerce sites, it is utilize to layout announcements, up-coming events, contest and much more. What makes a calendar almost essential? It allows users to know what is new, what to be expect on specified date and track back older information all at one glance.
Calendar in hotel, cinema or airlines website requires user’s interaction to reserve rooms and air tickets. Having calendar in this website is necessary as users need to pick a specified date to make reservation. This is where Date Picker plays its role as a navigation medium. Date Pickers which is a calendar layout allows user to navigate through days, week or year to pick a date they desire. Some date pickers also include the option to jump directly to a specific day by entering the date to convenient the users.
In today’s post, we are showing you some of the best calendar and date pickers scripts that we have come to know. Hope you will find one that suits your demand. Full list after the jump!
A stunning calendar which looks very similar to iPhone Calendar application and iCal. It has smooth animations and when you hover over existing event then a tooltip fades-in with detailed information. [Demo] [Download]
A datepicker which has a nice style and it is easy adjustable to fit in user’s web application. It also has a lot of features, such as multiple calendars in the component and it allows single, multiple or range selection. User can mark dates as special, weekends, special days, etc. [Demo] [Download]
Pretty neat datepicker which works on one or more text input elements and is easy styled with CSS. It is very easy to use this datepicker – just choose your year and month first and then pick some day. [Demo] [Download]
This is a simple pop-up calendar which works across browsers. Despite the fact that it isn’t the pretiest calendar, it is fully commented and customisable for language, colours and date format. [Demo] [Download]
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