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Date and Time Scripts

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I created this script to countdown to any date.

  • : Free
  • : members.tripod.com
  • : 09.02.2011

Cool Count-up is a JavaScript script that allows you to place a digital stopwatch on your website.

  • : Free
  • : CodeHouse.com
  • : 08.07.2008

date On Titlebar is a multi-platform compatible script that displays the time dynamically and today's date on your web page TITLE BAR.

  • : Free
  • : CGIscript.net
  • : 25.10.2010

Plain English Time is multi-platform compatible. Plain English Time is a very creative script that allows you to display the current time using casual English.

  • : Free
  • : WSabstract.com
  • : 18.02.2011

This script allows you not only to display a ticking clock in a web page, you can also set the initial time by perl script, php etc, so that server time can be shown to client.Furthermore, if the server time is synchronized with NTP servers, the time shown in the web page will be absolutely precise.Bugs fixed:1. Replaced setTimeout with setInterval. The setTimeout loop in v1.0 had in place will cause recursion to eat memory.2. I optimized the second++ logic that ripples through the minutes and hours.3. I combined the logic on seconds, minutes, hours for making 2 digits into a function call.4. i made the seconds,minutes,hours vars global so they can easily work with the setInterval5. Greatly reduced the delay between client time and server time due to the complex loop in v1.0 (Special thanks to js-x.com)

  • : Free
  • : Tomleung
  • : 12.12.2009

Simple Clock is multi-platform compatible. This is a simple JavaScript that allows you to display a simple clock in a form box. It displays the current time, with A.M. or P.M.

  • : Free
  • : javascriptcity.com
  • : 14.11.2009

When the control leaves the textbox, the script will try to validate and format it to a time. For example, if a user enter "1", it will be formatted to "1:00 am" automatically. If a user enter "13:29", it will be formatted to "1:29 pm".

  • : Free
  • : SparrowScripts
  • : 14.11.2009