This is probably the very first realtime world-time-ticker displaying and scrolling the localtime of over 20 world-capitals inside your status-bar. Easy 1-minute-configuration for non-programmers. CROSSBROWSER
These snippets all relate to time and dates. Some of them display only the month, others the entire year. Some highlight the current day or tell you when you entered the page. Other snippets display the current date or time according to the user’s time zone, or another time zone some other place in the world. The source code is available for all the snippets.
This countdown is one of the only ones that use visitor specified dates, not the author of the webpage! This is something your visitors want! All your visitors do is fill out the form on the date and time and click calculate! You can specify the date, and the time you want to countdown to! It’s so easy! Please nominate this script! Why didn’t we think of this before???
A simple beautiful perfect clock available to anyone! Copy two lines of code and you’re set. Very small size–script and images combined at 2.6K. It’s so easy and works so well.
Use to determine day of week for any date in past, present, or future.
This script provides an easy way to select a date directly from a calendar and put the selected date into a form’s field. Y2K compliant. Works fine with Netscape and Internet Explorer
As far as I can tell, this is the ONLY date / time script that works across ALL browsers and systems. It is a modification of another script found here, but this one works. Enjoy!! And as this is my first script, if you like it, nominate it!! It is called encouragement 🙂
Fixed Y2K bug which showed the year as 19100 in netscape and 3900 in IE. Will work on IE3+
Returns 4-digit year value … includes workaround solution for non y2k compliant browsers (e.g. nav3)
This will show the time to 01.01.2000.. or at least it should =)
So Whoopdidoo, I know there are a lot of Y2K counters, but hey, why not add mine?
Check your computer for compliance!
Digital-style clock that counts down to the year 2000. Time is calculated on your system’s time.
This little calendar script allows to choose which features you use in your calendar.
Creates clock that counts down to year 2000.