@@ -547,7 +547,7 @@ As a rule of thumb you should be using `date_select` when working with model obj
NOTE: In many cases the built in date pickers are clumsy as they do not aid the user in working out the relationship between the date and the day of the week.
Occasionally you need to display just a single date component such as a year or a month. Rails provides a series of helpers for this, one for each component `select_year`, `select_month`, `select_day`, `select_hour`, `select_minute`, `select_second`. These helpers are fairly straightforward. By default they will generate a input named after the time component (for example "year" for `select_year`, "month" for `select_month` etc.) although this can be overriden with the `:field_name` option. The `:prefix` option works in the same way that it does for `select_date` and `select_time` and has the same default value.