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Webpage background changes on holidays


Webpage background changes on holidays

By : ZetaE
Date : November 17 2020, 01:00 AM
Any of those help I've made a few different backgrounds for my website (in here), and I would like for them to automatically change on certain, Ex) Christmas, Halloween, etc. I could change them manually, but there's no fun in that. :) If anyone has any help, that would be awesome. ! , try to use this script and change date according your need
code :
<script  type="text/javascript">
    /*<![CDATA[*/
    var ToDay=new Date();
    var Month=ToDay.getMonth();
    var Date=ToDay.getDate();
    var Image=false;

    if (ToDay.getFullYear()==2015){
     if (Month==0){  // January
      if (Date>=20&&Date<=30){
       Image='One.gif';
      }
     }
     if (Month==1){  // Febuary
      if (Date>=20&&Date<=25){
       Image='Three.gif';
      }
     }

    }

    if (Image){
     document.body.style.backgroundImage='url(imagefoldername/'+Image+')';
    }

    /*]]>*/
    </script>


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Schema.org LocalBusiness openingHours and bank holidays/public holidays

Schema.org LocalBusiness openingHours and bank holidays/public holidays


By : Rafael Perez
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps The openingHours property doesn’t allow excluding specific dates.
With specialOpeningHoursSpecification you can override the general opening hours that were specified with openingHours or openingHoursSpecification (which is a more expressive alternative to openingHours).
code :
<div itemprop="specialOpeningHoursSpecification" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/OpeningHoursSpecification">
  <link itemprop="dayOfWeek" href="http://schema.org/PublicHolidays" />
  <p itemprop="description">‎Closed on public holidays.</p>
</div>
How do i use javascript to return the number of days holidays between two dates excluding holidays?

How do i use javascript to return the number of days holidays between two dates excluding holidays?


By : Sam. Eaglefire
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Like said in comments, you will have to define the holiday array.
For this example, I defined two dates: 2016-11-23 and 2016-12-02
code :
var holiday_array=["2016-11-23", "2016-12-02"];   // YYYY-MM-DD (Default MySQL date format)

function dateToMySQL (x){
    var MySQL_day = x.getDate();
    if(MySQL_day<10){
        MySQL_day = "0"+MySQL_day;      // Leading zero on day...
    }
    var MySQL_month = x.getMonth()+1;   // Months are zero-based.
    if(MySQL_month<10){
        MySQL_month = "0"+MySQL_month;  // Leading zero on month...
    }
    var MySQL_year = x.getYear()+1900;  // Years are 1900 based.
    var MySQL_date = MySQL_year+"-"+MySQL_month+"-"+MySQL_day;
    return MySQL_date;
}

function calcBusinessDays(start, end) {
    // This makes no effort to account for holidays
    // Counts end day, does not count start day

    // make copies we can normalize without changing passed in objects    
    var start = new Date(start);
    var end = new Date(end);

    // initial total
    var totalBusinessDays = 0;

    // normalize both start and end to beginning of the day
    start.setHours(0,0,0,0);
    end.setHours(0,0,0,0);

    // Prepare loop's variables
    var current = new Date(start);
    current.setDate(current.getDate() + 1);
    var day;
    var holidayFound=false;

    // loop through each day, checking
    while (current <= end) {
        //console.log("current: "+current);

        // Check if current is in the holiday array
        var MySQLdate = dateToMySQL(current);
        console.log("MySQL date: "+MySQLdate);

        if($.inArray(MySQLdate,holiday_array)!=-1){
            console.log("                  ^----------- Holiday!!!");
            holidayFound=true;     // "flag"
        }

        // If current is monday to friday and NOT a holiday
        day = current.getDay();
        if (day >= 1 && day <= 5 && !holidayFound) {
            ++totalBusinessDays;
        }

        // For next iteration
        current.setDate(current.getDate() + 1);
        holidayFound=false;
    }
    return totalBusinessDays;
}

$(function() {
    $( "#start_date" ).datepicker({
        minDate:0,
        showOn: 'button',
        buttonImageOnly: true,
        buttonImage: 'http://www.nscale.net/forums/images/misc/Tab-Calendar.png',    //'images/calendar.png',
        beforeShowDay: $.datepicker.noWeekends
    });
    $( "#end_date" ).datepicker({
        minDate:0,
        showOn: 'button',
        buttonImageOnly: true,
        buttonImage: 'http://www.nscale.net/forums/images/misc/Tab-Calendar.png',    //'images/calendar.png',
        beforeShowDay: $.datepicker.noWeekends,
        onSelect: function (dateStr) {
            var max = $(this).datepicker('getDate'); // Get selected date
            $('#datepicker').datepicker('option', 'maxDate', max || '+1Y+12M'); // Set other max, default to +18 months
            var start = $("#start_date").datepicker("getDate");
            var end = $("#end_date").datepicker("getDate");
            var days = (end - start) / (1000 * 60 * 60 * 24);
            var diff = calcBusinessDays(start,end);
            $("#leave_days").val(diff);

        }
    });
});
Excel - Highlight holidays on timesheet based on list of holidays

Excel - Highlight holidays on timesheet based on list of holidays


By : Puujee Puugii
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Working off your previous formula I would use something along the lines of the following:
code :
 =SUMPRODUCT((LEFT(TEXT(C$8,"mmm"),3)=LEFT($O$3:$O$12,3))*(DAY(C$8)=--RIGHT($O$3:$O$12,2)))
Fullcalendar change background color for holidays

Fullcalendar change background color for holidays


By : user3676144
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you A better overall solution to this requirement is to create a separate event source for these holidays, whose events all have the rendering: "background" option set. This option will cause an event to simply colour in the background of the time period it covers, rather than showing up as a bold, labelled event in the normal way. You can of course also control the colour via the event's properties.
See https://fullcalendar.io/docs/background-events for details of background events. There's also a demo here.
How can i list all holidays' date for each country using holidays module in python?

How can i list all holidays' date for each country using holidays module in python?


By : user3706253
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Firstly: pip show holidays and then copy the location into the locationVariable
code :
import holidays
import os
locationVariable = ""
countries = [name.split(".py")[0].replace("_"," ") for name in os.listdir(locationVariable+"holidays/countries/") if name.endswith(".py") and  not name.startswith("__")]

print("List of countries are : " + str(len(countries)))

for i in countries:
    for j in range(2010,2016):
        try:
            print(getattr(holidays,i.title().replace(" ",""))(years=2011).keys())
        except:
            print("unable to iterate "+i.title().replace(" ",""))
            break
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