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  1. #1
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    Java Help for a Non-Developer

    All,

    I am trying to modify a JS file that we use at my company for our B2C sales site. Our guy that we had doing this left, and I wanted to see if I could get this squared away before having to hire somebody. I'm not sure if this is something that is standard, or if this required code is specific to a) GoDaddy.com (where we host our site) or b) the guy who developed it.

    The bit of code I'm needing to modify deals with blocking out certain order days. Currently, our system is blocking out Sundays and Mondays. We need to include Saturdays, too.

    Code:
    $(function() {
        $("#datepicker").datepicker({              
          buttonImage: 'images/calendar.png', 
          showOn: 'both',
          buttonImageOnly: true,
          buttonText: 'Select date',
          beforeShow: function() {
            window.setTimeout(hideWeekends, 10);
          }, 
        	onChangeMonthYear: function() { 
          	window.setTimeout(hideWeekends, 10);
          }      
        });          
    
        //form validation 
        $('form[name=cart_quantity]').submit(function() {
          date = $('#datepicker').val();                      
          if (!date) {
                    alert('Please enter arrival date');
                    $('#datepicker').focus();
                    return false;
          }    
          comments = $('textarea[name=comments]').val();
          if (!comments) {
              alert('Please enter your gift message');
              $('textarea[name=comments]').focus();
                    return false;
          }                      
        });    
    });
    
    function hideWeekends() {
      $('.ui-datepicker-week-end:first-child').each(function() {
        //disable Sundays
        text = $(this).text();    
        $(this)
        .removeAttr('onclick')
        .empty()
        .html(text)
        .css('text-align', 'right');
    
        //disable mondays
        monday = $(this).next();
        text = monday.text();
        monday
        .removeAttr('onclick')
        .empty()                  
        .html(text)
        .css('text-align', 'right');
      });                    
      
      //disable invalid dates
      month = $('.ui-datepicker-month').text();
      months = new Array('January', 'February', 'March', 'April', 'May', 
      'June', 'July', 'August', 'September', 'October', 'November', 'December');
      for (x in months) {
      	if (months[x] == month) {
      		month_num = x;
      		break;
      	}	
      }  
      year = $('.ui-datepicker-year').text();  
      $('.ui-datepicker td[onclick]').each(function() {
      	day = $(this).text();
      	date_str = month_num + '/' + day + '/' + year;
            // BLOCK OUT DATES HERE
      	if (!isValidDate(date_str) || date_str == '0/1/2012') {
      		text = $(this).text();    
          $(this)
          .removeAttr('onclick')
          .empty()
          .html(text)
          .css('text-align', 'right');
      	}
      });
    }
    
    function isValidDate(date_str) {
    
    	myArray = date_str.split('/');
    	myDate = new Date();
    	time_now = myDate.getTime() / 1000;	
    	arrival_time = Date.UTC(myArray[2],myArray[0],myArray[1]) / 1000 + 8 * 3600; //correction for PDT	
    	//if (arrival_time - time_now < 43200) { //arrival required in less than 12hrs  
    	if (arrival_time - time_now < 48600) { //arrival required in less than 13hrs
    		return false;
    	}
    	else
    		return true;	
    }
    The portion I'm referring to starts near the middle, below "function hideWeekends".

    Can anybody help with this??

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    //disable Saterdays
    text = $(this).text();
    $(this)
    .removeAttr('onclick')
    .empty()
    .html(text)
    .css('text-align', 'right');

    Add that right above the one that says disable sunday, and it should work.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Britterzz View Post
    //disable Saterdays
    text = $(this).text();
    $(this)
    .removeAttr('onclick')
    .empty()
    .html(text)
    .css('text-align', 'right');

    Add that right above the one that says disable sunday, and it should work.
    hahaha spell saturday right of course, sorry

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