This article explains the visual elements of the RadCalendar control.
Description of elements
The header is the top element of the calendar, containing the "Prev" and "Next" buttons and the fast navigation.
This is the element containing the week names (if in month view) and day cells. It is the visual representation of a view (month, year, decade,
The footer is an optionally visible element, which holds a link which allows you to navigate from anywhere to today's date.
The navigation buttons are used to go to the previous or next view (month, year, etc.) of the calendar.
This is a link, having as text a string representation of the current date. Clicking/tapping it allows the user to navigate between the different
view levels - from month to year, from year to decade, etc.
In month view, the column headers display an abbreviated version of the week names.
They correspond to dates in the calendar. They display dates from previous, current and next month and have different states - selected, focused,
Calendar views / Fast navigation
RadCalendar has four views - month, year, decade and century. They are used to easily navigate through different periods of time. You can see how they
look in the image below. Switching from a view showing smaller period of time to one showing a larger time period, is done by clicking/tapping the fast
navigation link button. Navigating to a smaller time period display is done by selecting one of the available periods in the current view.