Friday, November 13, 2015

It's web time.


Ever wonder what would be like to have a local web app for the time without having to connect to some far off unknown place with who knows what hidden features.



Now you can have local clock time on your server

 
<code> 
<table border=2>
<tr>
<td>
<script>
var mydate=new Date()
var year=mydate.getYear()
if (year < 1000)
year+=1900
var day=mydate.getDay()
var month=mydate.getMonth()
var daym=mydate.getDate()
if (daym<10)
daym="0"+daym
var dayarray=new Array("Sunday","Monday","Tuesday","Wednesday","Thursday","Friday","Saturday")
var montharray=new Array("January","February","March","April","May","June","July","August","September","October","November","December")
document.write("<small><font color='000000' face='Arial'><b>"+dayarray[day]+", "+montharray[month]+" "+daym+", "+year+"</b></font></small>")
</script>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
<span id=tick2>
</span>

<script>
<!--
function show2(){
if (!document.all&&!document.getElementById)
return
thelement=document.getElementById? document.getElementById("tick2"): document.all.tick2
var Digital=new Date()
var hours=Digital.getHours()
var minutes=Digital.getMinutes()
var seconds=Digital.getSeconds()
var dn="PM"
if (hours<12)
dn="AM"
if (hours>12)
hours=hours-12
if (hours==0)
hours=12
if (minutes<=9)
minutes="0"+minutes
if (seconds<=9)
seconds="0"+seconds
var ctime=hours+":"+minutes+":"+seconds+" "+dn
thelement.innerHTML="<b style='font-size:14;color:blue;'>"+ctime+"</b>"
setTimeout("show2()",1000)
}
window.onload=show2
//-->
</script>
</td>
</tr>
</table>
[/code]

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