Hi Greg and CSS-d
I have an alternativ approach to the solution, using your mentioned
"position: absolute" instead of tables, for two reasons:
Firstly, I was horrified by the huge number of table-cells ;-)
Secondly, I wouldn't like to create the engine behind, administrating
SO I went for a solution with <div>s, having a background png for the
15-minutes-grid and positioning the work/vacation-boxes absolutely, but
in a position:relative -<div> themselves, which allows us to maintain
top: 0; for them and just tell how many pixels=minutes from the 6
o'clock left-margin we want it to begin, and how many pixels/minutes we
want them to cover.
It's all here: <http://garion.dk/webdesign/scheduling.html>, further
explanations on demand, and if anybody is interessted in the rough and
tiny PHP code behind some of it, just ask me off-list.
Greg Morphis wrote:
> Hey, I'm trying to build a daily schedule view which will have
> schedules from 6am - 10pm.
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