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BertR
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Hello

I am new here and I have a question.
I have a problem with Chrome.
In IE or FireFox the css is working fine but in Chrome not.

Can someone help me?

http://www.eyebooking.com/book

Bert

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Forgot to say

The datepicker isn't working fine.

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The datepicker is a

The datepicker is a javascript function, and beyond the scope of this forum. Have you sought support at the source of the script? Perhaps this is a known bug.

Also, the auto-refresh is annoying; does it have a purpose that benefits your visitor? As it is, I can be in the middle of trying to use the datepicker, and the page refreshes; bad idea.

Do validate and correct your markup, you do have errors.

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gary

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Refresh site

Hi Gary

Thanks for your answer.
The idea of the page refresh is:
When someone else is booking at the same time, then the clickable markers are removed.
My client can deside if he wants the page to be refrehsed, and with which interval.

I am dutch, sorry for my English

Bert

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If it were me, I wouldn't

If it were me, I wouldn't even allow the client to consider auto-refresh on an interactive page. It's just too user-unfriendly. Save it for informational pages where the data are dynamic; to update baseball scores, for example.

If you can't get support from the author on your calendar, try a different script. I notice there are a bunch of available scripts with very liberal licensing. See Google.

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gary

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