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Wallpaper of the Week – Ideas Are Powerful

This is the second edition of Wallpaper of the Week here at Design Informer. This week’s wallpaper is entitled Ideas are Powerful. The whole piece was inspired by a quote from Napoleon Hill. The design uses light pastel colors, and it is quite playful. Make sure to view the large version of the wallpaper so you can read the small caption.

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    Elliott Cross

    October 23, 2007 8:23 pm

    Great resource! I use the Google calendar mostly and have always had issues with trying to design a calendar feature into some of the sites I design.

    Thanks for the great list of resources, will definately bookmark and check them out further for use!

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    hello
    nice post!
    but i want a calendar to support arabic and persian calendar, which of above calendar are ?

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    Another important js date picker which has been omitted here:

    http://www.frequency-decoder.com/2006/10/02/unobtrusive-date-picker-widgit-update

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    easy to print calendar, unix:

    cal -y > $Deskop/calendar.txt

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    I can recommend the easyphpcalendar(see under Online Calendars with Database-Support), it has worked flawlessly on three different sites and styling it is quite easy.

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    Great list! Thanks for the Mashable Google Calendar Tools link too!

    – Adam Hirsch, Mashable.com

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    Don’t forget the great downloadable and printable calendars over at DIY Planner – all sorts catered for…

    http://www.diyplanner.com/templates/official/classic

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    Great article! Fantastic list of calenders as well! However, I personally do not plan much thus not needing any calenders. And If there is really a need to, I would rather use a physical calender then a online one. I personally feel that it is much easier to use and access etc.

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    wow.. i was just about to search google for a new cal. decided to check out SM first.. guess its my lucky day ^_^

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    I’ve created an interesting prototype calender here
    http://blog.peterroper.co.uk

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    well done… once more :)

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    Here’s another more-or-less semantic experiment of using ordered lists:
    http://www.chossonandkallah.com/tests/calendar.php

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    There are so many great resources, but I’m still stuck on hard copy calenders. That way the whole family is able to quickly glance at our dry erase calender and find what they need to find. As far as work goes, we seem to manage well enough through our task managers for now.

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    Woow… nice posting! I’m still stuck at managing my time sometimes, I hope adding some calendar timeline will help… KiKo looks cute btw…

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    Hot dang. Everything you always wanted to know about calendars. Great, thorough post.

    Except for one thing… you left out one of the most rock-solid (I’ve tried many) JavaScript calendar / datepickers from NSFTools’ (disregard the Lotus Notes talk, it works anywhere):
    http://www.nsftools.com/tips/NotesTips.htm#datepicker

    Demo:
    http://www.nsftools.com/tips/DatePickerTest.htm

    May not be the sexiest, but it’s still style-able via CSS, and is among the most stable & reliable pickers around.

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    For more reviews on calendar apps take a look at http://www.calendarreview.com

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    Harry Jennerway

    October 24, 2007 6:43 pm

    Thank you so much for listing iZeit. I’ve had over 200 visitors from SmashingMagazine so far!

    You’ve always got great articles, keep up the good work on the site! =)

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    Hi,
    I developed a new calendar application. You can check it at; http://kodfabrik.com/app/dynCal
    If you’ll add my application to your post, I’ll be very happy.
    Best wishes.

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