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A Colorful Clock With CSS & jQuery

A Colorful Clock With CSS & jQuery
Martin Angelov The first wave of Christmas holidays passed and we are looking forward to New Year’s Eve for a fresh start at all those things we failed to do the last 12 months. And in the mood of the upcoming holiday, this week we are going to make a colorful jQuery & CSS clock, which will help you keep track of those precious last seconds of the year. This is also the first tutorial that features our first very own jQuery plug-in – tzineClock (soon to be released officially in a post of its own). Go ahead, download the demo files and continue with step one. Step 1 – XHTML As usual, we start with the XHTML markup. This saves us from having to manually type similar blocks of code for each one of the dials (there are three of them, one for the hours, the minutes and the seconds). Lets take a look at the XHTML that is inserted by jQuery: jquery.tzineClock.js This code is contained in jquery.tzineClock/jquery.tzineClock.js. Lets continue with the next step. A Colorful jQuery & CSS Clock Step 2 – CSS

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