Free Analog Web Clock for your website or blog

WorldTimeServer.comis the world leader in providing local times around around the world with accurate adjustments for local daylight saving rules. Now we are providing a way for you to upgrade your blog or website with an free analog web clock showing the current time where you are, simply by adding some HTML code to your page or template. It will update automatically for the Daylight Saving Time rules for your selected location. It's FREE and customizable, too!

  1. Customize your color, size, and location below
  2. Get your HTML code to paste into your web site or blog
  3. If you have a blog, check out the hints for popular blog hosts

New York

Choose your color (even a custom one to match your site color scheme), size, location and city

Clock Color:
Black Coral Olive Sky Blue
Maroon Burnt Orange Forest Green Cornflower Blue
Crimson Orange Lime Green Blue
Red Mustard Light Green Navy
Deep Pink Yellow Green Purple
Pink Light Yellow Teal Orchid
Custom Hex: #  
Size:
Location:
City Name: (Optional)

Option 1: Object HTML Code

This html code is best for most websites. To use for your site, please cut and paste the following HTML Code:

Option 2: Embed HTML Code

Many blogs block object tags but allow embed tags instead. If the Object code above does not work on your site, try the following HTML Code instead:

  

Hints for popular blog sites and software

Please keep in mind that since blog hosts are constantly upgrading or changing their features, we can't offer any guarantee that this clock will work with your blog host, even if it is listed below, nor can we offer direct tech support for you. We can only provide this info as a guide to help suggest ways that have worked in the past with these sites.

In general, look for an option to view the HTML code on your template or when posting an entry where you would like to place a clock. Many blog sites will allow our "Option 2: Embed HTML code" to be used.

WordPress

Widget:    Add a Text widget to your sidebar and include the HTML code from Option 1 above.

Blogger / BlogSpot.com

Template:   

Go to your Layout settings and click on the "Add a Gadget" link in the sidebar. Look for the HTML/Javascript option. In the Configure screen that opens, you can give it a title and then paste the Object HTML Code into the Content box.

Entry:    use the Embed HTML code

Joomla

Module:    Users of Joomla 1.5 can use this module to add a clock to your site.

Monoko blog hosting
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Entry:    Look for a toolbar button to Show HTML. If you don't see it, you may need to look for an option to switch to the new editor first. Once in HTML mode, use the Embed HTML Code.