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12 Hr CSS Date/Time Clcok

Simple Date/Time Clock for HTML
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1. 12 hour am/pm clock (without taxing the cpu)
2. style colors change during Day, Night, daybreak and sunset more or less.
3. Background image is included (you can add your own)
4. Uses internal CSS...no External CSS file to download ( a bit busy though)
5. Button options allow background color change and return to image...just as a demo...

more features to be added later (after I learn more javascript child.node stuff!).

This is a rough draft of sorts...quite a mix of code...and needs refinement....so this is a sneak preview

Included above are a few screen snapshots of what you are getting... (change the text size to fit screen)

Installation Instructions

Just download the htm file and the jpeg file and place in same folder...you can alter the included txt file and change the various parameters if you like, or just review it to get acquainted with the various code blocks/sections...if you save it as an htm(l) file your changes will be demonstrated.
Runs best on Internet Explorer included with Windows CE 4.2 or later versions



License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
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Popularity 2632
Total Downloads  1
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 03 February 2023


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