MyDNN TimeZones

posted by MyDNN - 1/10/2006
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Show time zones on your site with MyDNN TimeZones. Display attractive digital or analog clocks for several time zones in the US, Europe, or Worldwide. Module 3650

$20.00

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Upgrade to Pro from standard MyDNN TimeZones!   Get a 75.0% discount on MyDNN TimeZones Pro when you order MyDNN TimeZones
Bonus Buy   Get a 50.0% discount on MyDNN TimeZones when you order Clock (digital or analog)
Bonus Buy   Get a 50.0% discount on MyDNN TimeZones when you order MyDNN Clock

MyDNN offers three variations of clock modules:

 

Clock

Standard

Pro

Digital Clock Display

Analog Clock Display

Variable width and height

Set a background color

Show time on visitor’s computer

 

Multiple time zones

 

Vertical or Horizontal display

 

Adjust for daylight saving time

 

Display your own time zones

   

Show partial-hour offsets (+5:30)

   

Clock: The clock simply shows the visitor’s time in the browser.  The clock can be configured in a number of different looks.  Visit the Clock module page.

TimeZones Standard (this catalog item): MyDNN TimeZones Standard shows one of several pre-set time zone configurations.  Predefined time zone lists include:

  • World Cities (London, Tokyo, Sydney, Los Angeles, New York)
  • European Cities (London, Paris, Athens, Moscow)
  • European Zones (Greenwich, Western, Central, Eastern)
  • US Cities (New York, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles)
  • US Zones (Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific)

TimeZones Pro:  MyDNN TimeZones Pro adds the capability to define your own time zone settings with the location, offset, abbreviation, and saving time change for each zone (full hour time zone offsets only).  It also supports partial-hour offsets (such as India's +5:30 or Australia's +8:45) for just $5 more.

 

For this purchase:

Show time zones on your site with MyDNN TimeZones.  Display attractive digital or analog clocks for several time zones in the US, Europe, or Worldwide.  Display clocks as either analog, digital, or digital 24-hour in colors of white, black, black unadorned, blue, green, or yellow.

Predefined time zone lists include:

  • World Cities (London, Tokyo, Sydney, Los Angeles, New York)
  • European Cities (London, Paris, Athens, Moscow)
  • European Zones (Greenwich, Western, Central, Eastern)
  • US Cities (New York, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles)
  • US Zones (Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific)

These settings:
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Produce this result:

World TimeZones (analog).png

This module does not allow for arbitrary time zones to be entered.  That module is under development and will be available shortly.  A generous discount for this forthcoming module will be given to purchasers of this module.

For more information and to see the module in action, go to the MyDNN TimeZones page.  If you would just like a clock, see the MyDNN Clock offering here on Snowcovered.  Buy them both together and get a discount!

The module has been tested on IE, Firefox, and Opera.  The word 'Time Zone' in the display above will appear slightly different in the three browsers.

You are welcome to download the .pdf help file that is distributed with this module.

Suggestions for improvement or additional time zones to add are welcome!

 

FAQs

FAQ's

  • Q: Hi, we have bought the time zone pro version, we are getting issues where we have set a time zone +5:30 and not the UK time is showing the correct time and the time in New Delhi is showing 17:88:04. This is when the clock is set to digital. Thanks

    A: This is an issue that I recently discovered and have fixed. You will find the patch in the Patches & Hotfixes area of this site. MyDNN

  • Q: Where does the reference time originate from? Thanks.

    A: MyDNN TimeZones uses the time on the browsing computer, but looks up the UTC time with an offset specified by the server. As long as the person viewing the site has their time and timezone set properly, MyDNN TimeZones will display the correct times.

  • Q: Also, the US Cities would make more sense listed Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, New York (Left to Right) so that they match a map.

    A: Listing the cities from West to East makes good sense as the default. In the Pro version this can be controlled, but I will take a look at this suggestion.

  • Q: When do you anticipate completing selectable cities to be displayed?

    A: I've got the data storing in the database and the display working. Now I just need to connect the two and allow the user to set the order, names, zone, and summer time preferences for each. It shouldn't be too much longer.

  • Q: Works with earlier DNN versions?

    A: MyDNN TimeZones is listed under both DNN 4 and DNN 3 at Snowcovered. For support in DNN 2, please contact me.

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Product License

Module is licensed to be used on a single DNN site (one portal).

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