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    Cool Fully-navigable cross-browser calendar

    I welcome your opinion of a JavaScript I wrote.

    Recently, I have learned about the document object model, along with vital facts about JavaScript Functions, regular expressions, and prototypes.

    My learning has culminated in the creation of a powerful client-side HTML generation library. Now, my HTML() bookmarklet library packs 154 functions into less than 2K! Once these window, String and Array functions are loaded, large HTML constructs can be created with very compact JavaScript "clientlets."

    I welcome your comments about this technique for client-side HTML generation. It's highly cross-browser.
    :Richard Edwards

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    your calender's not working

    when you change month on calender, the days don't change in relation to it.

    also, what happens if you want to introduce a new tag? you tag array is alphabetical, if you add another tag wont that make your numbers out?
    LiveScript: Putting the "Live" Back into JavaScript
    if live output_as_javascript else output_as_html end if

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    What browser/version are you using? [Re: your calender's not working]

    What browser/version are you using? And of course, if you move from February to March (not in a leap year), the first 28 days look the same!

    Originally posted by Markdidj
    when you change month on calender, the days don't change in relation to it.

    also, what happens if you want to introduce a new tag? you tag array is alphabetical, if you add another tag wont that make your numbers out?
    You can introduce a new tag simply by calling the J function on it...
    Code:
    'E i e Eye OH'.J()
    This will support five new tags using eight new functions..
    Code:
    <Eattrs>content</E>
     I="value"
     E="value"
    <EYEattrs>
    <OHattrs>content</OH>
    :Richard Edwards


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