5.20203.748
5.20203.748

Calendar Styling and CSS

You can customize appearance of the whole calendar using CSS. To customize the appearance of specific dates, you can use formatItem event of the Calendar control.

In the example below, calendar uses a custom style to highlight weekends and holidays.

Calendar

HTML
  <input style="margin-left:10px;" id="theCalendar" />
CSS
.wj-calendar {
  max-width: 21em;
}

.wj-calendar .wj-header {
  color: white;
  background: #808080;
}

.wj-calendar .date-holiday:not(.wj-state-selected) {
  font-weight: bold;
  color: #008f22;
  background: #f0fff0;
  outline: 2pt solid #008f22;
}

.wj-calendar .date-weekend:not(.wj-state-selected) {
  background-color: #d8ffa6;
}
Javascript
import * as wijmo from '@grapecity/wijmo';
import * as input from '@grapecity/wijmo.input';
import { getHolidays } from './data';

function init() {
    let holidays = getHolidays();

    // the calendar
    let theCalendar = new input.Calendar('#theCalendar', {
        formatItem: (sender, e) => {
            // apply styles to weekends and holidays
            let weekday = e.data.getDay(), holiday = getHoliday(e.data);
            //
            wijmo.toggleClass(e.item, 'date-weekend', weekday == 0 || weekday == 6);
            wijmo.toggleClass(e.item, 'date-holiday', holiday != null);
            e.item.title = holiday;
        }
    });
    theCalendar.invalidate();

    // gets the holiday for a given date
    function getHoliday(date) {
        let day = date.getDate(), month = date.getMonth() + 1, holiday = holidays[month + '/' + day];
        //
        if (!holiday) {
            let weekDay = date.getDay(), weekNum = Math.floor((day - 1) / 7) + 1;
            holiday = holidays[month + '/' + weekNum + '/' + weekDay];
        }
        //
        return holiday;
    }
}

For advanced customization such as adding icons to specific dates and showing tooltips, see this demo.