The good thing about many JavaScript applications is that the website owner need not be a high-level expert to use the typical JavaScript codes. For example, any website owner can incorporate a Java Script calendar into any web page by simply copying and pasting a free JavaScript calendar code into the HTML of the web page. Although many sites may sell various calendar scripts, JavaScript Kit provides a free and useful JS calendar script for use on any website. You don’t have to go looking for website builder reviews because Java already does it for you. Web owners simply copy and paste the calendar script into any web page to incorporate a Java Script calendar into web pages.

Step 1:

Visit the JavaScript Kit web page that has the “Any Month” calendar (see Sources). This cool JavaScript calender allows the user to select any month from any year to display the dates and days of the week for that particular month. The benefits of such a calendar are as follows: 1) people looking up days of the week for future plans find it more useful than a Java Script calendar that shows only one month or a few months; and 2) this calendar takes up a very small space because the actual display simply changes to the new month (it requires no extra space to display a new month).

Step 2:

Access the HTML for the page where you would like to place the JS calendar. Find the place on the page where you would like the calendar to appear.

Note: For those just starting out, the way you access the HTML of a web page depends on what programs or tools you are using. HTML editors allow you to access the HTML, whether they be expensive editors Dreamweaver or free ones like NVU. Also, if your hosting account has cPanel, you can access the HTML by clicking on “File Manager,” finding the web page in your files, selecting the web page and then clicking on “Edit” or “Code Editor.”

Step 3:

Place the first piece of JavaScript code in the “head” section of the HTML. The “head” section starts with “” and ends with the “” tag. Put that first piece of code in between those beginning and ending “head” tags.

Step 4:

Put the next piece of code for the JavaScript calendar (from the JavaScript Kit page) in the “body” section. This section is the part that generally shows up to the web page visitor in a browser. It begins with “” and ends with the “” tag. Put the code where you would like the calendar to show up in relation to the rest of the visible part of the page. In other words, you could place the calendar just below the title, at the bottom of the page or anywhere else on the page. It all depends on where inside the “body” section you place the second piece of code.

Step 5:

The last step is to actually change the beginning “body” tag. Follow the third step on the JavaScript Kit page to change the beginning body tag.

Once you complete all of these steps and save the changes to the web page, your Java Script calendar will appear on the web page when you visit the page on the Internet. Note that you might or might not see JavaScript functions in an editor. Always check in an actual browser to see if the calendar appears.

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