What it will look like
This is the code for your own web clock widget:

World Clock Widget

With the World Clock Widget, you can easily add several world clocks to your webpage to keep track of the time in some of the main cities in the world and to always have the different time zones on display.

To create your own widget, start by typing in the name of the city you want in the Search City bar. If there is more than one city with the same name, a list will appear for you to choose the one you are looking for. Once you find it, click on the “Add” button and you will immediately see a preview of the widget below. You can add as many cities as you want. 

Once your basic widget is set, you can have fun playing around with the features to customize it. In the “Show Clock” field you can choose to keep the traditional clock format or change it to a digital one.

With the digital clock, you can then customize the type of font, its color, and size, as well as the background color and size of the widget. The traditional clock gives you a few more customization options, including changing the color of the pointers for hours, minutes, and seconds, as well as the color for the main markers on the clock (12h, 15min, 30min, 45min) and the secondary markers, the color for the inner clock and add a second one for the outer clock.

You can also choose to have the MyAlarmClock logo in white or black on your widget.


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