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Thank you, Ransher. Now it works by using your tip: function GetCurrentDisplayedMonth() { var date = new Date($('#myCalendar').fullCalendar('getDate')); var month_int = date.getMonth(); return month_int; } --Added code block


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[EDIT: I see you want a coded solution, mine below is for OOTB with SPD but may help you? Not sure] This is typically done via calendar overlay, where a view exists for each type you want to color code differently. But this requires two lists, one is the "list where the data is" the other is the calendar. I am accomplishing this task by using a workflow to ...


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Hi i have just put up a fiddle for you,updated fiddle hope that helps SCRIPT $('#mycalendar').fullCalendar( { header: { left: 'prev,next today', center: 'title', right: 'month,agendaWeek,agendaDay' }, dayClick: function( date, allDay, ...


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I do things a little differently with my JSOM code. I have a generic function and use deferred variables. Here is a working example that I used CDNS for. You should be able to drop this into a page and it will show a fullcal(although not with some of the other functions you defined) <script ...


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Looks like the issue you are facing is already solved by jQuery UI team. This has been fixed with the addition of the appendTo option for the autocomplete method. Take a look at this question: jQuery Autocomplete box stays open and in same position when scrolling Bug reported on jQuery UI Autocomplete: Autocomplete doesn't work well inside fixed position ...



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