Hi there. My asp page passes in a variable which determines the number of fixtures the user has in his league, say 12 for example. I also pass in a week of the day number, 1 = Monday, 2 = tuesday etc.
So, 12 has been passed in and 1 for Monday for example. User will be provided a dropdown list containing the next 52 mondays from Now().
User chooses what Monday his league will start on. He chooses and is then provided with 12 input fields each populated with the next 12 Monday dates from his selected start date. There is also a remove button for each input field thus:
The user now has 12 populated textboxes with a hidden value 1 to 12. But say he cannot play the league fixture on the 6th Monday for some reason? He clicks the remove button for week 6 and it populates with weeks 7 date, weeks 7 becomes week 8 etc. In other words, the user still has 12 consecutive mondays but one has been skipped, This can of course be repeated as many times as necessary.
That's it, easy for you JS wizards !!
Many thanks for looking,
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