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Title : Generate HTML Calendar of a month of year
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Ben Yacoub Hatem
Date : Jun 13th 2004
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calendar class :

@package
@author Ben Yacoub Hatem <[email protected]>
@copyright Copyright PHPTunisie.net (c) 2004
@version $Id$ - 09/06/2004 06:39:31 - calendar.php
@access public


<?php
class calendar{
   
/**
     * Constructor
     * @access protected
     */
   
function calendar(){
         
    }
     
   
/**
     * calendar::html_month_calendar()
     *
     * @param integer $m        The month value, could be returned with $m = date("m");
     * @return
     **/
   
function html_month_calendar($m = "",$y = ""){     
        if (
trim($m) == "") {
           
$m = date($m);
        }
        if (
trim($y)=="") {
           
$y = date("Y");
        }
       
$curr_month = date("m");
       
$d = date("d");
        if (
$m==1) {
           
$m_1 = 12;
           
$y_1 = $y-1;
        } else {
           
$m_1 = $m-1;
           
$y_1 = $y;
        }
       
$to = mktime(0,0,0,$m_1,0,$y_1);
       
$days_in_month = strftime ("%d",$to);
       
$from = mktime(0,0,0,$m,1,$y);
         
       
$from_a = getdate($from);
       
$to_a = getdate($to);
       
$calendar = "\n<table bgcolor=white cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0>
<tr>
    <th>Dim</th>
    <th>Lun</th>
    <th>Mar</th>
    <th>Mer</th>
    <th>Jeu</th>
    <th>Ven</th>
    <th>Sam</th>
</tr>\n"
;

       
$Days = 0;
         
        for(
$i = 1; $i <= 6; $i++){
           
$calendar .= "<tr>\n";
            for(
$j = 0; $j <= 6 ; $j++){
                if (
$d == ($Days+1) and $curr_month==$m) {
                   
$b1 = "<b>";$b2 = "</b>";
                } else
$b1 = "";$b2 = "";
                 
                if (
$from_a["wday"]==$j and $Days==0) {
                   
$Days++;
                   
$calendar .= "<td>$b1 $Days $b2</td>";
                } elseif(
$Days==0) {
                   
$calendar .= "<td></td>";
                } else {
                   
$Days++;
                    if (
$Days<=$days_in_month) {
                       
$calendar .= "<td>$b1 $Days $b2</td>";
                    } else {
                       
$calendar .= "<td></td>";
                    }
                }
            }
// for
           
$calendar .= "</tr>\n";
        }
// for
       
$calendar .= "</table><center>\n";
         
        return
$calendar;
    }
     
   
/**
     *
     * @access public
     * @return void
     **/
   
function html_year_calendar($y = ""){
        if (
trim($y)=="") {
           
$y = date("Y");
        }
         
       
$year_calendar = "<table bgcolor=white cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 width=100% border=1>\n<tr>\n";
         
        for(
$i = 1; $i <= 12; $i++){
           
$year_calendar .= "<td valign=top>Mois $i <br>".$this->html_month_calendar($i,$y )."</td>";
            if (
$i == 3 or $i == 6 or $i == 9) {
               
$year_calendar .= "</tr>\n<tr>\n";
            }
        }
// for
         
       
$year_calendar .= "</tr><table>";
         
        return
$year_calendar;
    }
     
     
}

$cal = new calendar;
//echo $cal->html_month_calendar();
echo $cal->html_year_calendar();

?>




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 Niels Oesten wrote : 1131
Works fine, but I really think you should have created it according to the standard ISO 8601. That is with Monday as the first day-of-week. Otherwise week numbers make no sense. 
 
 matthew waygood wrote :1132
Using system locale, you can set the month and weekday names to the current language. So a quick alteration to the code has been done to accoodate this.

&lt;?php 

/** 
* calendar class : 

* @package 
* @author Ben Yacoub Hatem &lt;[email protected]&gt; 
* @copyright Copyright PHPTunisie.net (c) 2004 
* @version $Id$ - 09/06/2004 06:39:31 - calendar.php 
* @access public 
**/ 
class calendar{ 
    /** 
     * Constructor 
     * @access protected 
     */ 
    function calendar(){ 
          
    } 
      
    /** 
     * calendar::html_month_calendar() 
     * 
     * @param integer $m        The month value, could be returned with $m = date("m"); 
     * @return 
     **/ 
    function html_month_calendar($m = "",$y = ""){      
        if (trim($m) == "") { 
            $m = date($m); 
        } 
        if (trim($y)=="") { 
            $y = date("Y"); 
        } 
        $curr_month = date("m"); 
        $d = date("d"); 
        if ($m==1) { 
            $m_1 = 12; 
            $y_1 = $y-1; 
        } else { 
            $m_1 = $m-1; 
            $y_1 = $y; 
        } 
        $to = mktime(0,0,0,$m_1,0,$y_1); 
        $days_in_month = strftime ("%d",$to); 
        $from = mktime(0,0,0,$m,1,$y); 
          
        $from_a = getdate($from); 
        $to_a = getdate($to);

        $calendar = "\n&lt;table bgcolor=white cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0&gt;&lt;tr&gt;";
        $sunday=strtotime("-".date("w")." days");
        for($loop=0;$loop&lt;7;$loop++)
        {
            $calendar.="&lt;th&gt;".strftime("%a" ,strtotime("+".$loop." days",$sunday))."&lt;/th&gt;";
        }
        $calendar.="&lt;/tr&gt;\n"; 

        $Days = 0; 
          
        for($i = 1; $i &lt;= 6; $i++){ 
            $calendar .= "&lt;tr&gt;\n"; 
            for($j = 0; $j &lt;= 6 ; $j++){ 
                if ($d == ($Days+1) and $curr_month==$m) { 
                    $b1 = "&lt;b&gt;";$b2 = "&lt;/b&gt;"; 
                } else $b1 = "";$b2 = ""; 
                  
                if ($from_a["wday"]==$j and $Days==0) { 
                    $Days++; 
                    $calendar .= "&lt;td&gt;$b1 $Days $b2&lt;/td&gt;"; 
                } elseif($Days==0) { 
                    $calendar .= "&lt;td&gt;&lt;/td&gt;"; 
                } else { 
                    $Days++; 
                    if ($Days&lt;=$days_in_month) { 
                        $calendar .= "&lt;td&gt;$b1 $Days $b2&lt;/td&gt;"; 
                    } else { 
                        $calendar .= "&lt;td&gt;&lt;/td&gt;"; 
                    } 
                } 
            } // for 
            $calendar .= "&lt;/tr&gt;\n"; 
        } // for 
        $calendar .= "&lt;/table&gt;&lt;center&gt;\n"; 
          
        return $calendar; 
    } 
      
    /** 
     * 
     * @access public 
     * @return void 
     **/ 
    function html_year_calendar($y = ""){ 
        if (trim($y)=="") { 
            $y = date("Y"); 
        } 
          
        $year_calendar = "&lt;table bgcolor=white cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 width=100% border=1&gt;\n&lt;tr&gt;\n"; 
          
        for($i = 1; $i &lt;= 12; $i++){ 
            $month_name=strftime("%B" ,mktime(1,1,1,$i));
            $year_calendar .= `&lt;td valign="top" align="center"&gt;`.$month_name.`&lt;br&gt;`.$this-&gt;html_month_calendar($i,$y ).`&lt;/td&gt;`; 
            if ($i == 3 or $i == 6 or $i == 9) { 
                $year_calendar .= "&lt;/tr&gt;\n&lt;tr&gt;\n"; 
            } 
        } // for 
          
        $year_calendar .= "&lt;/tr&gt;&lt;table&gt;"; 
          
        return $year_calendar; 
    } 
      
      


$cal = new calendar; 
//echo $cal-&gt;html_month_calendar(); 
echo $cal-&gt;html_year_calendar(); 

?&gt;