Using this feature, you can create a clock for your website. 

note Note: Clicking Counter and choosing Clock from the Counter screen is another method of creating a clock for your site.

To do so:

  1. From the Select your TimeZone menu, choose the correct zone.
    • For example, if you want your website to display Eastern Standard Time (U.S.), then select GMT-0500.
  2. Under Select your Time Format, choose a 12-hour or 24-hour clock.
    • For example, 1:00 is 12-hour format, versus 13:00 in 24-hour format.
  3. Under Border, choose whether you would like a border around your clock (On) or not (Off).
  4. Choose whether you would like your clock to show the day of the month in small numbers following the time using the Show Date pull-down menu.
  5. Choose which color you would like the numbers to be with the Foreground Color pull-down menu.
  6. Choose which color you would like the background to be with the Background Color pull-down menu.
  7. Click Create Html.

cPanel will show the HTML code that creates the clock. Simply copy the text beginning with <applet and ending with </applet> and paste it into the web page where you want the clock to appear.

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