An extremely versatile cross browser live clock script. Every aspect of it
is configurable, from specifying whether to just display the time, the
time plus date, to the clock's font size/color, and more. The ultimate
live clock script this is!
any location on Earth, updated every second. It uses the moment.js
library for a built in method of getting the proper time zone plus DST
offset (if any).
This digital clock attempts to mimic that cool "glow in
the dark" look of a LCD watch when it comes to its interface. Displays
the time in standard 12-hour format, with a "AM" and "PM" indicator.
A live text clock that displays itself in the upper left corner of the screen
clock scripts sure have come a long way since the straightforward
numeric display. Meet this clock app, which shows neatly in the
browser's corner the time in standard format.
This is a live count down script that can be set to count down to any future
date/time, such as Christmas, your dad's birthday etc. Customize all aspects
of the count down, such as what text to display, even the action to perform
at the end of the count down. Note that the date/time is derived from the
visitor's computer, so it's relative to each visitor's time.
Cube CountDown script takes
advantage of CSS3's
transform property to display 3D cubes that
rotate to count down to any desired future date. Two event
handlers are available for you to run custom code while the counter is
winding down (every second), and also, when the target date/time has
This is a "universal" count down script that lets you count down to
absolute events whereby the target date/time needs to be specific to a
certain time zone, such as the launch date of a web site, the date/time
of the next Solar Eclipse etc.
Display how much time has passed since an expired date with this rare
script. It's sensitive to the second (ie "April 9, 2005 13:30:00"), and thanks
to a custom "
oncountup" event handler, you can control exactly the
action to take each second as the script is counting up, most commonly, display
the results inside a DIV.
Certain situations call for the refreshing of the webpage every few
seconds/ minutes (such as a webcam page). Use this script to carry out this
task in a graceful, "visual" manner.
A script that displays a live date, in the format of Sunday, June 07, 1998
9:22:58 PM that is updated every second.
This is a simple yet useful DHTML script that displays the current date as
the title of the document.
This script displays the live time in the title of your surfer's browser! It does
not erase the default title of the document, but rather, simply appends the time to it.
This script harnesses the power of VML in IE 5 to create a VML analog clock.
The clock can be displayed anywhere inline on the page, and both it's size and
coloring can be modified. Degrades well with all browers.
Your mouse cursor will never be the same, not with an analog clock
following it around!
Use this cross browser DHTML script to display the analog time to your
visitors via a popup window. Activated either through clicking a link, or
automatically as the page loads.