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Suggestions on display retrieved date time for editing?

Suggestions on display retrieved date time for editing?

Suggestions on display retrieved date time for editing?

(OP)
Just thought I would try this query here.
I have a mysql field type of datetime and I need to display it on a web form for user editing. Originally it was just a simple text field displaying a preformatted date. But I'd like to also implement a date/time picker.

I've tried using the field type of datetime-local but it appears there is a lack of support in recent browsers.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to how one could implement this?

Any suggestions/ideas greatly appreciated.

Thanksponder

RE: Suggestions on display retrieved date time for editing?

Quote (BobMCT)

But I'd like to also implement a date/time picker.
Not in HTML/CSS. You need forum216: Javascript for that.

Chris.

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Time flies like an arrow, however, fruit flies like a banana.

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RE: Suggestions on display retrieved date time for editing?

(OP)
Thank you. Thought so but I thought I would ask.

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