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Show Current Time via JavaScript

This Code will show client side current time. 

You just have create a div with a JavaScript function call as shown below.


JavaScript Function:

function js_clock()
    var clock_time = new Date();
    var clock_hours = clock_time.getHours();
    var clock_minutes = clock_time.getMinutes();
    var clock_seconds = clock_time.getSeconds();
    var clock_suffix = "AM";
    if (clock_hours > 11)
        clock_suffix = "PM";
        clock_hours = clock_hours - 12;
    if (clock_hours == 0)
        clock_hours = 12;
    if (clock_hours < 10)
        clock_hours = "0" + clock_hours;
    if (clock_minutes < 10)
        clock_minutes = "0" + clock_minutes;
    if (clock_seconds < 10)
        clock_seconds = "0" + clock_seconds;
    var clock_div = document.getElementById('js_clock');
    clock_div.innerHTML = "<strong>" + clock_hours + ":" + clock_minutes + ":" + clock_seconds + " </strong> " + clock_suffix;setTimeout("js_clock()", 1000);

You can change the time format as your choice. You can see the demo on my blog header.


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