Share this Article
Keep your site up to date with an amazing calendar
The completely rewritten DMXzone Calendar 2 is the best Dreamweaver solution when you need a date picker. It can be easily added to any website and is fully customizable with all international and custom date formats so it can serve your users from varying locals. Simply pick a date that your week will start with, show the calendar on focus, icon click or both, or add up to 16 months in a table-like calendar. The extension is supplied with 24 designer skins to match your site design and ...
Create rich media tooltips
Create Rich Media Tooltips, provide online help, zoom in to images display rich content and tips with just a few clicks. Customize the display of the tooltips, including the style, color and position. Apply rich designs, include and auto-fit photos, slideshows, movies, alerts or other content in your tooltips. Apply special transition effects such as fade, slide and fly effects for a staggering user experience and place your tooltips anywhere you like on your site.
Dynamic Agenda for all your Web Apps
Display all your events, appointments, reservations or availability in a stylish event Calendar. Get your event data from many different sources such as own database or Google Calendars and show it all in a single calendar! Daily, Weekly, Monthly or full Year views are available to fully suite your needs. The Calendar is completely Ajax based so when navigating to the next or previous week/month it fully loads its data dynamically without refreshing the page! Choose from the 11 great looking ...
Related Blog Posts
Use a date picker to browse events and display info in a tooltip
Today, we've decided to extend the functionality of both the DMXzone Calendar 2 and Ajax Event Calendar, adding the Advanced Tooltips to a discount package called Event Calendar, Date Pickup & Tooltips bundle 2. With this three amazing Dreamweaver extensions you can create and awesome date picker, connected to an event calendar, which displays additional info for an event in a tooltip. You can check out the demo below to see what we're talking about!