How To Embed Flash Clock In Your HTML Website

Two most common widgets bloggers and webmasters put on their websites/blogs are a Clock and a Calendar. When searched on Internet for these free widgets, most probably the top two results in the list would be and But I do not suggest these websites...
In the first website, i.e. clocklink the displayed clock is like this :

Now, in the clock above, as soon as someone hovers the mouse cursor, an ad is displayed with link to, although I do appreciate the work done by them in creating these high quality widgets, but the banner on the clock covers it entirely, giving a it a very bad look.
What they could have done is to put a logo below or above the clocks, with a link to their website, as most of the other widget makers do, like the famous, Google gadgets and many more.

Now the next most popular result that appears on Google is from (See Image - in the right) The clock widgets from this website not only displays a big banner over it's clocks, but also gives you the option of selecting the country for which time has to shown, this can be a big problem, as visitors to almost all blogs or websites are from all over the world, and so a webmaster/blogger would like to show the exact time to his/her visitors, as in their country.

So finally here is the perfect website for all your flash clocks needs: CSalim

I would suggest you to upload the flash clocks on your account so as to lessen the bandwidth load on their servers, Here are some good clocks from the website -

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Not only does these clocks DO NOT display any banners, moreover they don't even carry a "href" code with them, so even if a visitor clicks on the clock, he will be still there in your website only :)

Moreover, the clocks display the same time as in your visitor's computer, so you don't have to select a country...

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February 20, 2009 12:33 PM delete

I like the clocklink flash clocks, but let me say that i do not like the ads on the flash clocks, if their are free, they should not have ads.

I know a recent blog that provides free flash clocks without ads nor links, you just download or use a code provided with each flash clock.

Thanks though.

February 20, 2009 12:43 PM delete

Good work Lyon, the clocks on your blog looks good, if you want I can write a review for you !

April 20, 2009 3:51 AM delete

Nice sharing brother ! Keep sharing such nice tricks for blogger users . . .

July 24, 2009 7:41 AM delete

Hi Soufiane,

I haven't seen a single clock in that collection with a href, can show me that page?
Anyways href is not difficult to remove, as long as you do not harm their copyrights.
But in case of clocklink, the clocks are not just linked, but the clocks big logos of the website too, which is quite annoying.

September 24, 2009 11:11 AM delete

I suggest you try these clock widgets. It for free and have no ads:

good luck

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August 04, 2010 12:01 PM delete

The new (.co not .com) site looks promising for clock gadgets.

December 10, 2010 11:26 AM delete

just a hint - googlepages doesn't allow SWFs anymore, instead you can use

btw, I don't mind banners on top of clock (I also use them) as long as they are free

February 27, 2011 6:25 AM delete

Not really, when u click on the clock it goes to their site.

February 27, 2011 10:31 AM delete

Read the article carefully...I am not suggesting you to use clocklink clocks, I am asking you to use clocks from which neither show any banners on the clocks nor can be clicked.


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