Calendar can be easily configured to prevent users from being able to select dates before and after given minimum and maximum dates. This example specifies both a minimum and maximum date, but you can also specify just one of the two, if you only want to limit the range on one end.
For this tutorial, it is assumed that you are starting with the basic Calendar outlined in the Quickstart example. The setup for the basic Calendar looks like this:
Enabling the minimum and maximum date features is as easy as adding additional arguments to the constructor's configuration object. In this tutorial, we will be working with three different configuration properties: pagedate, mindate and maxdate. In brief, here is a description of these properties and what they do:
Of course, you can specify these properties independently for different results. For instance, if you only wanted users to be able to select days following August 2, 2008, you would set the mindate property to "8/2/2008" and no dates prior would be selectable.
For this example, we will set the current month view to January 2008 using the pagedate property, and we will limit the Calendar's minimum selectable date to January 5, and the maximum selectable date to January 15.
Note: You are viewing this example in debug mode with logging enabled. This can significantly slow performance.