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Andy Downie
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HI there,
I wondered if anyone could sugest a methodo fplacing a booking calendar on a site and also such that the site owner has the ability to "login" and alter the dates not available etc.?

I do apologise if this is not the correct forum.

Andy

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This is more like a programming problem than a CSS issue. You would be able to do it if you have some knowledge of server side programming like php or asp or jsp. Or if you are not versatile in that area, just do a search on google and you might find some already made free to use packages.

http//melbourne.ug.php.net

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There's a web calendar project on sourceforge:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/webcalendar/

Not sure if this is appropriate for you - users need to authenticate before they can read the calendar, so it's not much use if you want it publicly readable. It's actually a feature available as standard in Tony's MultiWebSpace.com hosting accounts</gratuitous plug>.

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