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Again, not a table in sight.

This one uses a standard unordered list to hold the month information.

Just hover your mouse over each month to see the dates appear in the blank spaces on the right.

This one uses a css styled 'pad' to put day one in the correct place for each month and is easily altered for thenext year.

The blank monthly grid is a background image so that the styling is kept to a minimum.

Oh, and if anyone is interested, the 'float clearing spans' at the end of each month are required for Internet Explorer, which crashes spectacularly if they are left out. September is one of the culprits as it ends on a Saturday??


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