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ASP.NET Calendar Control tutorials


  • The Calendar Control is used to displays a single-month calendar that allows the user to select dates and move to the next or previous month.

  • You can specify whether the Calendar control allows you to select a single day, week, or entire month by setting the SelectionMode property.

  • By default, the control displays the days of the month, day headings for the days of the week, a title with the month name and year, links for selecting individual days of the month, and links for moving to the next and previous month. You can customize the appearance of the Calendar control by setting the properties that control the style for different parts of the control.



The Syntax of the Calendar control:


<asp:Calendar id="Calendar1" CellPadding="pixels" CellSpacing="pixels"

DayNameFormat="FirstLetter|FirstTwoLetters|Full|Short" runat="server">

<TodayDayStyle property="value"/>

<DayHeaderStyle property="value"/>

<DayStyle property="value"/>

<NextPrevStyle property="value"/>

<OtherMonthDayStyle property="value"/>

<SelectedDayStyle property="value"/>

<SelectorStyle property="value"/>

<TitleStyle property="value"/>

<TodayDayStyle property="value"/>

<WeekendDayStyle property="value"/>


  • The following table shows the lists of the properties of the Calendar control.




Sets the caption for the calendar control


Sets the alignment for the caption


Specify the number of space between the data and the cell.s border.


Specify the space between cells.


Specify the style properties for the section that displays the day of the week.


Specify the format for displaying the names of the days


Specifies the style for the dates in the displayed month


Sets the day of week to display in the first column


Specify the text displayed for the next month link


Sets the format of the next and previous month link


Specifies the style for the navigation controls in the title sectio


Specifies the style for displaying days that are not in the current month


Specifies the text displayed for the previous month link


Specifies the selected date


Specifies the collection of DateTime objects representing the selected dates


Specifies the style for the selected dates on the calendar


Specifies selection mode to the user, whether the user can select a single day, a week or an entire month.


Sets the text for the month


Specifies the style properties for the week and month


Specifies the text displayed for the week.


Shows or hides the section that displays the days of the week.


Shows or hides the gridlines between the days of the month.


Shows or hides the navigation controls to the next or previous month.


Shows or hides the title section.


Sets the format for the title of the calendar


Specifies the style for the title section


Specifies the style for today's date


Specifies the value for the today’s date


Specifies a value that indicates whether to use the table header <th> HTML element for the day headers instead of the table data <td> HTML element.


Specifies the date that specifies the month to display


Specifies the style for the weekend dates

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