The calendar I use is great for paying jobs, but right now I can not add appointments that are not with clients. I have included the actual page that the calendar runs on ([url removed, login to view]) and the included file that contains most of the code ([url removed, login to view]). [url removed, login to view] connects to the database already, so you need not worrry about that.
I have created a mysql table PT_Other_Appts with the following fields:
This table will hold the data for my non-client appointments.
I would like it to display appointments like this: the name in blue and the start and end time (different than my client appointments) The name should also be a link to a popup window that has all of the info for the appointment (except id).
Below the last form to add a paying appt., I would like a form that allows the user to create an appt in PT_Other_App. the form should post to the same page [url removed, login to view] that the form is in.
For the tutor_id field, it should be a pull down menu. You can get the values for the menu from another table PT_Tutors. The menu should display first_name last_name and the value should be id.
For the date, I would like a pop up calendar that the user can use to select the date. The month of the pop up calendar should match the month of the calendar, not the present date.
For the times, I would like the use to enter the hour and minutes as separate text fields, and there should be a pull down menu for am/pm.
Both dates and times will have to be converted to mysql format when they are entered into the data base.
When this information is entered, the same page should be called, and the data should be entered into the data table PT_Other_Appts
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