Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Digital Clock | With Date (Day, Month, Year) - Using HTML, CSS & Javascript



Description


Hello everyone! In this video, you are going to learn how to design In this tutorial, you can learn how to design a digital clock with date and time using CSS, HTML, and Vanilla Javascript. This digital clock includes Date (Day, Month, Year), Time (Hours, Minutes, Seconds), and Period (AM/PM). This clock is in 12 hours format. So this tutorial will be helpful for you to design an awesome digital clock with your creative ideas. Let's see how to design this working digital clock javascript.


First, create the index.html file and the style.css file. After you created these two files, then start the HTML part of the digital clock in the index.html file. After the HTML part of the digital clock is complete then link the style.css file to the index.html file between the <head></head> tags as you can see in the video. Then go to the style.css file and start the styling part of the digital clock. After the styling part is complete then go back to the index.html file to code the javascript part of the digital clock. In the index.html file before body close tag open <script></script> tags and complete the javascript part of the digital clock as you can see in the video. So that's all, Hope this video will be helpful for you to design a working digital clock with awesome ideas.



All the source codes and source files and available to download from here. Use the download button or copy and paste the code from the text editors. My opinion is first try to do it by following the video line by line. It will help you to understand all of it. After that, if your code is wrong or not working use the given source codes to compare with your code. It will help you to understand all of your mistakes.


Source Codes


index.html



style.css



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