Create a class and submit it. If it's good and seen as needed/justified, I am sure, the Core Team will consider it.
You might also take a look at XoopsPoll, where Zyspec added a "TimePicker" add-on
you should never test anything on your production site. not even the final modules.
make a copy of your website and test it locally.
After making changes to the module I couldn't view the site and got an error of:
Error: Call to a member function dirname() on null
- Hope that's useful.
I'll mark the repository in your link now as the definitive repository?
I am so glad to see the progress not just on this module but Xoops too. Thanks again. Much appreciated.
I have been looking at some of the xoops presentations and developer information to try and improve and update my php /my sql & xoops knowledge up to date and be of more help in the future. Can you point me in the right direction for the best and most up to date material that you have?
Would you like to have this jquery chart in the module? Should I submit it?