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Guys, i need your help! :) I have an assignment for HTML, i need to create an HTML calendar containing a 12 months but divided into 3 rows so 4 months per row. All i can do is 1 month in a row and the other month is placed under the first table/month. Please help me. Thank you!

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<table>
<tr><td>Jan</td><td>Feb</td><td>Mar</td><td>Apr</td></tr>
<tr><td>May</td><td>Jun</td><td>Jul</td><td>Aug</td></tr>
<tr><td>Sep</td><td>Oct</td><td>Nov</td><td>Dec</td></tr>
</table>
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<table>
<tr><td>Jan</td><td>Feb</td><td>Mar</td><td>Apr</td></tr>
<tr><td>May</td><td>Jun</td><td>Jul</td><td>Aug</td></tr>
<tr><td>Sep</td><td>Oct</td><td>Nov</td><td>Dec</td></tr>
</table>

Thank you! But it contains also the days. Like a real calendar wid months, days and date. :)

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Ahhh, you know what a real calendar looks like!

You want to display the current date of your server or your local machine?
What is the first day of the week? Sunday or Monday?
What language(s) you want to support? Perhaps bilingual?
You have to display holidays (from what country) too?
You want to page backwards/forwards in time?

Oh, by the way is it Julian/Gregorian/Chinese moon or sun/Jewish/Persian or any other out of the currently over 40 different active calendar systems?

Help meeeee please in case I forgot something in this requirement list.

Best regards,
linuxaomi

PS: if you are a LINUX person open "terminal" and enter "cal 2011" otherwise start searching the internet (keyword calendar).

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