Markup

The following are examples of supported markup. On their own, these will not provide a datepicker widget; you will need to instantiate the datepicker on the markup.

input

The simplest case: focusing the input (clicking or tabbing into it) will show the picker.

<input value="02-16-2012">

component

Adding the date class to an input-append or input-prepend bootstrap component will allow the add-on elements to trigger the picker.

<div class="input-append date">
    <input value="12-02-2012">
    <span class="add-on"><i class="icon-th"></i></span>
</div>

date-range

Using the input-daterange construct with multiple child inputs will instantiate one picker per input and link them together to allow selecting ranges.

<div class="input-daterange">
    <input value="2012-04-05" />
    <span class="add-on">to</span>
    <input value="2012-04-07" />
</div>

inline or embedded

Instantiating the datepicker on a simple div will give an embedded picker that is always visible.

<div></div>
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