Congratulations on the work put in on the calendar. I love the recurring event feature!
Of course there is always more: I would like to be able to post an event that recurs, for example, the second Saturday of each month.
Currently, I can only post an event that recurs by date. Many of the events that I post occur on the first Wednesday of the month, or the second Thursday. They recur, but not by date; rather, they recur by designated weekday.
Thanks for any help you can provide on this.
P.S. Also, some events occur the same time each weekday (but not Saturday or Sunday). Providing for weekday recurrance would be a nice addition as well, but less important than the above.
In the Calendar feature, when the Recurrence box is checked and the Month radio button is clicked, have a secondary set of radio buttons, one of which allows a recurrence to happen by date and the other of which, which clicked, displays a recurrence by designated weekday. This second radio button would display a dropdown box that lists "First" through "Fifth" and another dropdown box that lists "Sunday" through "Saturday". One element from each dropdown box would need to be selected to be valid. An "Apply" button would confirm the choice.
The above would be the minimum coding for displaying designated days.
It could get more complicated if the coder feels like allowing multiple choices under the "First" through "Fifth" dropdown box (e.g. "Second" and "Fourth" Tuesdays)
Thanks for taking the time to read this.
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