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Code for this clock comes from: http://worldtimeserver.com/clocks/
The code was modified for Wikispaces (Jun07)
  • This is the code for a clock that is 150x150 pixels, displaying the US-Eastern Time Zone (including Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, DC, Richmond, Atlanta and Miami). The 6 smaller clocks above are 120x120 pixels.
  • You can localize your clock by selecting the correct WorldTimeServer identifier. You must change US-NY in the code with your own time zone identifier. For Chicago time, you must replace US-NY with US-IL. See the long list of Time Zone Identifier Codes on this wikipage: timezones and pick your time zone.
  • You can change the size of your clock by replacing 150 (height and width) with a different number of pixels.
  • You can change the color of your clock from Navy blue by changing the number 000080 to a different HTML (hexadecimal) color code.
  • Open up the Embed Media Tool on your wikipage (the icon that looks like a television), and copy the following code into your Embed Media Tool's pop-up text window. Be sure to make the corrections for your own time zone location, the size of your clock, and your new cool hexadecimal color ...
<div style="float: left; margin: 12px; margin-right: 24px;">
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.worldtimeserver.com/clocks/embed.js">
</script> <script type="text/javascript" language="JavaScript">
    objClock = new Object;
    objClock.wtsclock = "wtsclock001.swf";
    objClock.color = "000080";
    objClock.wtsid = "**GB**";
    objClock.width = 150;
    objClock.height = 150;
    objClock.wmode = "transparent";
    showClock(objClock);
</script>
</div>

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