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  • Author
    Jimmy Shiau, Engineer, Potix Corporation
  • Date
    November 24, 2010
  • Version
    ZK Calendar 2.1.0

ZK Calendar now supports the beginTime and endTime attributes

By default, ZK Calendar's scheduling grid is labeled from 00:00 to 23:00. As the figure shown below, the "Tokyo" field starts from 0:00 by default.

ZKCalendar Release2.1.0 time.png

In ZK Calendar 2.1.0, by setting beginTime( 0-23 ) and endTime ( 1-24 ), you can specify the time range to be shown on the scheduling grid.

<calendars id="calendars"  beginTime="8" endTime="16"
		timeZone="Tokyo=GMT+9,Stockholm=GMT+1" model="${cm}"
		mold="default" firstDayOfWeek="Sunday">

ZKCalendar Release2.1.0 time2.png

ZK Calendar now supports the timeslots attribute

By default, events in ZK Calendar are booked in a 30 minute interval. In ZK Calendar 2.1.0, developers can specify the smallest time interval allowed by setting the "timeslots" attribute. The values 2, 4, 6 would set the allowable time intervals to 30, 15, 10 minutes, respectively.

note: 1 hr / value = time interval, for example, 1 hr / 2 = 30 minutes.

<calendars id="calendars"  timeslots="4"
		timeZone="Tokyo=GMT+9,Stockholm=GMT+1" model="${cm}"
		mold="default" firstDayOfWeek="Sunday">

ZKCalendar Release2.1.0 timeslots .png


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