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Clock Hover Feature

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Clocklink has now added a hover button on all HTML5 clocks. This new feature will allow all of your friends and visitors to get their own Clocklink clock by simply hovering over a clock and clicking it. This will direct users to Clocklink.com where they can find a great selection of free clocks to use. Try it below!

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New HTML5 Clocks Have Been Released

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Today we have released several new HTML5 clocks.
To check them out and start using them, please visit the HTML5 clock section of Clocklink.com.



A HTML 5 Clock displaying Seattle Time.
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Pasting a Clock on a Secure Website

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How do you paste a clock on a secure website?
Before placing a clock on a secure web page you will need to modify the HTML tag.

1. First, change http://www.clocklink.com to https://secure.clocklink.com

2. If you are using the <script> embed method, you must also change obj=new Object; to obj=new Object;obj.ssl="1";
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New HTML5 Clocks Have Been Released

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Today we have released several new HTML5 clocks. This marks the beginning of the migration process in which we are converting our Flash clocks to HTML5.
To check them out and start using them, please visit the HTML5 clock section of Clocklink.com.


You can now set up a countdown clock....



... that displays a message once the target date/time has arrived!



HTML 5 Clocks displaying Seattle Time.
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Bloguru HTML5 clock

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We have released HTML5 clocks for the ad-free blog engine, Bloguru.
Browsers and devices that do not support Flash can now view these clocks
without a problem. Check it out!
http://clocklink.com/gallery.php?category=HTML5

Interested in joining the ad-free blog community?
Take this opportunity to head on over to Bloguru and request an account!
http://en.bloguru.com/home



HTML 5 Clocks displaying Seattle Time.
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2 New HTML5 Clocks Released

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We are pleased to announce that we have just added 2 new HTML5 clocks! This marks the beginning of the migration process in which we are converting our Flash clocks to HTML5.

Head on over to the HTML5 clock section to get a clock of your very own!



HTML 5 Clocks display Seattle Time.

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Migration to HTML5 has begun!!!

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Migration to HTML5 has begun...
Microsoft (IE 10) and Apple (iOS Devices) are forcing us to migrate from Flash to HTML 5. They are calling it resource and security issue. We think it is more to do with politics since Flash is owned by Adobe and HTML 5 is a public domain or Open.

Is HTML 5 better than Flash?

We are not in the position to argue but the fact remains Flash is being forced out of the computer and smartphone devices. We must recognize the change and adopt to it. We have started migrating ClockLink Flash based clocks to HTML 5 and we will no longer develop Flash contents.
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HTML 5 Project

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HTML 5 HTML 5
In 2013, we will be converting all our ClockLink clocks to HTML 5 instead of Flash. This is a huge undertaking but it will allow our clock to work on Windows 7 and 8 and iOS and IE 10.
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Happy Thanksgiving

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Happy Thanksgiving

Have a Happy Thanksgiving from our data center in Seattle, Washington.
Thank you for using ClockLink.com


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Upgraded HTML5 Open / Closed Clock

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We have upgraded the HTML5 Open / Closed clock so that may now specify different hours for different days of the week.

Head on over to the HTML5 gallery to check it out!

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