Analog Alarm Clock

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Everything you need from a clock. It includes a ticking second hand, minute hand, and hour hand. This Javascript clock comes with 16 positions which you can customize to display the time for different regions or countries. Supports unlimited alarms for each of them. Customizable message for each alarm and of course the date in your own language for each region. The clock also supports standard and daylight savings time and will show your time zone selected using GMT. The clock will remember a users settings if their browser supports cookies.

  • Cost: Free
  • Version: 2.6

DS AnalogClock

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This script displays an analog clock. The script includes a HTML code generator that allows to change parameters without any knowledge of JavaScript and HTML programming. You can use freely the script to enhance your web pages. If you want to remove the credits message and enable additional parameters you can purchase all 'DS Scripts'. After the purchase you will receive the registration key via e-mail. The registration key must be inserted in the regkey parameter and it unlocks all 'DS ScriptsFX' for registered URL domain name.

  • Cost: Free/$24.00

Flexible JavaScript Date Display

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Use this script to display today's date on your web page. The format can be set to show or not show the day with the date; and the color, size, style, and face of the font can be set in the script. The Javascript snippets also allows you to set the separator between the date elements.

  • Cost: Free
  • Platforms: All

Realtime Day and Night Worldmap

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Where is night right now and where is day: use Day'n'night worldmap in order to pin the dark and sunny sides of the globe on a tiny worldmap (105 x 62 pixels). The scripts paints the current nightzones and dayzones straight into the map (realtime). No special configuration required. Fast webpage-loading grace to very small images. You may put the worldmap anywhere into your webpage (relative position). You may even use a worldmap of your own. The script requires Internet Explorer 5x/6x or higher.

  • Cost: Free
  • Version: 2.1
  • Platforms: Windows