See the attached sample.
There is a way to use similar properties you need.
There are 2 Calendars. The second one gets date from the first one in DD-MM-YYYY format and displays in YYYY-DD-MM calendar_changeFormat.rar (83.3 KB)
I have downloaded your sample and I can see what you are doing.
However, my problem is when I try to save the data back to the database it always gets reset to 0000-00-00
I am using PHP and MySQL; I added -
to my PHP script so I could see what gets returned to the database. It is the long text date format eg -
Wed Oct 20 2010 00:00:00 GMT+0100 (GMT Daylight Time)
I am using a DATE field type in MYSQL and I just want to save “2010-10-20”
I now realise that I can not get my form to save any dates - UK format or otherwise…