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- Go to “Clock Gallery” page. Choose the clock you like and click on the “Get Free Clock” button.
- Currently, you can't display a city name by typing it in like before, you can choose to display the time for a selected city though. To do this select the radio button “Select By City” and chose the city from the drop down below that.
- Choose the Color and Clock size you like. You can change these attributes anytime.
- Choose whether to select your clock's time by TimeZone or City, and then pick a time zone or a city from a list. You can also change this attribute anytime.
- If you would like to use the Digital Clocks, you can choose the Date Format of your preference.
> Time Zone Abbreviation (Automatically Adjusted for Daylight Saving)
> Time Zone (Not Adjusted for Daylight Saving)
(Automatically Adjusted for Daylight Saving)
|TimeZone=||Region (City)||Time Zone|
|NZT||New Zealand Time (Auckland, Wellington)||GMT + 12:00|
|USZ9||Russia Time 9 (Vladivostok)||GMT + 10:00|
|AEDT||Australia Eastern Daylight Time (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney)||GMT + 10:00|
|AEST||Australia Eastern Time (Brisbane)||GMT + 10:00|
|ACDT||Australia Central Daylight Time (Adelaide)||GMT + 09:30|
|ACST||Australia Central Time (Darwin)||GMT + 09:30|
|USZ8||Russia Time 8 (Yakutsk)||GMT + 09:00|
|JST||Japan Time (Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya)||GMT + 09:00|
|USZ7||Russia Time 7 (Irkutsk, Ulaan Bataar)||GMT + 08:00|
|CCT||China Coastal Time (Beijing, Hong Kong)||GMT + 08:00|
|AWST||Australia Western Time (Perth)||GMT + 08:00|
|USZ6||Russia Time 6 (Krasnoyarsk)||GMT + 07:00|
|ICT||Indochina Time||GMT + 07:00|
|USZ5||Russia Time 5 (Novosibirsk)||GMT + 06:00|
|USZ4||Russia Time 4 (Ekaterinburg)||GMT + 05:00|
|USZ3||Russia Time 3||GMT + 04:00|
|R2T||Russia Time 2 (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd)||GMT + 03:00|
|R1T||Russia Time 1||GMT + 02:00|
|EET||Eastern Europe Time (Athens, Istanbul, Minsk, Sofija )||GMT + 02:00|
|EAT||East Africa Time||GMT + 02:00|
|CET||Central Europe Time (Belgrade, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague, Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris, Sarajevo, Skopje, Vilnius, Warsaw, Zagreb, Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna)||GMT + 01:00|
|WET||Western Europe Time (Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London)||GMT + 00:00|
|EST||Eastern Time (US, Canada)||GMT - 05:00|
|CDT||Centeral Daylight Saving Time (US, Canada)||GMT - 05:00|
|CST||Central Time (US, Canada)||GMT - 06:00|
|MST||Mountain Time (US, Canada)||GMT - 07:00|
|PST||Pacific Time (US, Canada, Tijuana)||>GMT - 08:00|
|AKST||Alaska Std Time||GMT - 09:00|
|AHST||Alaska-Hawaii Std Time||GMT - 10:00|
Time Zone (Not Adjusted for Daylight Saving)
|TimeZone=||Region (City)||Time Zone|
|GMT1300||Nuku'alofa||GMT + 13:00|
|GMT1200||Fiji, Kamchatka, Marshall Is.||GMT + 12:00|
|GMT1100||Magadan, Solomon Is., New Caledonia||GMT + 11:00|
|GMT1000||Hobart, Brisbane, Guam, Port Moresby||GMT + 10:00|
|GMT0930||GMT + 09:30|
|GMT0900||Seoul||GMT + 09:00|
|GMT0800||Urumqi, Taipei, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore||GMT + 08:00|
|GMT0700||Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta||GMT + 07:00|
|GMT0630||Rangoon||GMT + 06:30|
|GMT0600||Sri Jayawardenepura, Almaty, Astana, Dhaka||GMT + 06:00|
|GMT0545||Kathmandu||GMT + 05:45|
|GMT0530||Calcutta, Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi||GMT + 05:30|
|GMT0500||Islamabad, Karachi, Tashkent||GMT + 05:00|
|GMT0430||Kabul||GMT + 04:30|
|GMT0400||Baku, Tbilisi, Yerevan, Abu Dhabi, Muscat||GMT + 04:00|
|GMT0330||GMT + 03:30|
|GMT0300||Tehran, Baghdad, Nairobi, Kuwait, Riyadh||GMT + 03:00|
|GMT0200||Helsinki, Riga, Tallinn, Harare, Pretoria, Cairo, Jerusalem||GMT + 02:00|
|GMT0100||West Central Africa||GMT + 01:00|
|GMT-0100||Cape Verde Is., Azores||GMT - 01:00|
|GMT-0200||Mid-Atlantic||GMT - 02:00|
|GMT-0230||GMT - 02:30|
|GMT-0300||Brasilia, Buenos Aires, Georgetown, Greenland||GMT - 03:00|
|GMT-0330||Newfoundland||GMT - 03:30|
|GMT-0400||Atlantic Time (Canada), Santiago, Caracas, La Paz||GMT - 04:00|
|GMT-0500||Bogota, Lima, Quito, Indiana (East)||GMT - 05:00|
|GMT-0600||Central America, Mexico City, Saskatchewan||GMT - 06:00|
|GMT-0700||Arizona||GMT - 07:00|
|GMT-0800||GMT - 08:00|
|GMT-0900||Alaska||GMT - 09:00|
|GMT-1000||Hawaii||GMT - 10:00|
|GMT-1100||Midway Island, Samoa||GMT - 11:00|
|GMT-1200||Eniwetok, Kwajalein||GMT - 12:00|
- Before fixing this issue please close all versions of Internet Explorer 10.
- Go to C:\Users\[User name]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\IECompatdata\iecompatdata.xml
- If the folder “AppData” is not visible, click “View” at the top of the window and check the “Hidden Items” check box.
- Right click on iecompatdata.xml and select “Edit.”
Add the desired domain to the list. It is important you put your new entry in alphabetical order with the other domain entries in the list.
- Save the document
- Open Internet Explorer 10 desktop version and go to Tools > Compatibility View Settings and uncheck “Download updated compatibility lists from Microsoft” and click “Close.”
- Go to Tools > Internet options, and under “Browsing history” click the “Delete...” button. From here you must clear your browser history – including “ActiveX Filtering and Tracking Protection data.”
- Refresh your browser window and the clocks should be viewable.
There is also an option to choose the appropriate time zone for each clock. We provide a variety of selection, including Analog Clocks, Digital Clocks, Count Down Clocks, Count Up Clocks, World Clocks, and many more.
For more information, please refer to the Clock Gallery Page.
All ClockLink clocks base their times off of the information within the server. Therefore, the times on the clocks will not be affected if you change the times on your individual computers.
If you would like to change the times displayed on the clocks, you must change the time zones. To do this, please refer to [ Change the Time Zone ] under [ How to Change the Size of the Clocks ].
For more detailed information, please visit the Custom Clock Page.
We do not permit ClockLink users to modify or edit the clocks in any way. All rights are reserved for Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.
Also, if you have noticed any misconduct of modification on the clocks, please inform us by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your specific blog is not listed, please contact us through the Contact page.
At www.clocklink.com, we do our best to make ClockLink compatible with all blog sites.
However, we do not hold any responsibility for any errors or lost information that occurs when attempting to use ClockLink.
We provide steps for how to use ClockLink for blogs on our website, but this does not assure that it will work successfully at all time.
Please be aware of this responsibility when using ClockLink.
Also, the size can also be changed after the HTML tag is pasted on a web page or blog, by changing the numbers that follow "width= ", "height= " within the tag. (See Image).
The time zone can also be changed after the HTML tag is pasted on a web page or blog, by changing the location that follows "TimeZone=". (See Image below).
For more detailed information, please refer to the [ TimeZone Sample List ] in the Help Page.
For example, clocks 9001J (Japanese version), 9001E (English version) are count down clocks, and clocks 9002J (Japanese version), 9002E (English version) are count up clocks.
The information typed next to the "Title" section will be displayed on the clock at all times. The information typed in the "Message" section will be displayed once the count down reaches its target time.
Clock 9001J is the Japanese version count down clock, and 9001E is the English version. If Japanese text is typed in the "Title" and "Message" section of the English clock, there is a possibility that the text will not display correctly. Please be sure you are using the Japanese version when typing in Japanese font.
The information typed next to the "Title" section will be displayed on the clock at all times.
Clock 9002J is the Japanese version count down clock, and 9001E is the English version. If Japanese text is typed in the "Title" and "Message" section of the English clock, there is a possibility that the text will not display correctly. Please be sure you are using the Japanese version when typing in Japanese font.
|Following is the sample HTML code.
|Following is the sample HTML code.
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