Creates clock that counts down to year 2000.
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.
Current Times of Every Zone in the Timezone Map.
World time script with unusual display. Cross-browser (IE4 shows additional visual effects). Shows the localtime of world-capitals in a way you have never seen before. Combines the latest mouseover, CSS-positioning and filter-techniques.
Pull-down menu on some cities.
Determine the current week of the year
Count down dynamic clock to Christmas for both IE and Netscape.
Times how long the user was on the page. Supports milliseconds, seconds, and minites.
Virtual Calender changes with the month and highlights the current day. One line of added code lets you link any webpage or email to any day of the year. Y2K fixed too!
This small script displays a message depending on the time period of the day. This script resembles the one on Microsoft’s scripting web site.
This is an update of the original countdown timer. This scritp will handle dates that passes. This also handles the year 2000 problem in Netscape.
Looks like you updated that day and so one when people look at your page……
this will tell your user how long it has been since this page was last modified/updated.
You can start and stop it, but why would you want to stop it? Always 4:20!
Turkish date and clock on the Status Bar 2
This is a droplist displaying local time values from 12:00am – 12:00am in 15 minute increments and using Universal or GMT time values. Works great for storing absolute GMT time in a DB and displaying time relative to the user’s local time. Since I’m writing the HTML in JS, I have set the onChange event to display an alert of the GMT value behind the displayed value.