Blog Clock


Put a clock on your blog or website in any timezone of your choosing, use it as a widget, as a Visual Composer Block, or include it in your content using the generated shortcode.
Blog Clock is incredibly easy to use and fully customizable. You can create as many indipendent clock as you wish, each with different timezone and different styling options, such as coloring, fonts, and layout.
Blog clock comes with two different layouts set, analog and digital, each of them will provide you with spefic styling options and features.
All the clocks updates in real time and are perfectly syncronized.


  • Use the fully customizable new Blog Clock Post Type to create as many clocks as you wish and use them indipendently in your site.
  • Display the clock anywhere on your website using the generated shortcode, the Visual Composer Block or the specific widget.
  • Ability to choose timezone to display your desired time or to automatically adjust the time depending on the client timezone.
  • Ability to customize the style of your clock indipendently.
  • Two main clock layout, analog and digital.
  • Change the colors, the fonts and many other styling settings.
  • Choose between many different time format for your clock Timestamp is also available!
  • Choose between many different date format, if you need a specific format, add your custom one follwing this specifications!
  • Choose a specific width or to adjust to its container width.
  • Set alignment. Left, center, right.

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  • screenshot-1.jpg - Use the specific Post Type to create as many clocks as you want with independent settings
  • screenshot-2.jpg - Select the timezone or leave empty to adapt to the client local timezone
  • screenshot-3.jpg - Select any possible format for your clock 12/24 hours
  • screenshot-4.jpg - Add a custom data format to your clock
  • screenshot-5.jpg - Add all the styling settings
  • scrennshot-6.jpg - Add the clock in your content using the autogenerated shortcode
  • screenshot-7.jpg - Add your clock as a visual composer block
  • screenshot-8.jpg - Have as many clocks as you want in the same page
  • screenshot-12.jpg - Add your clock as a widget


  1. Select ‘Add new’ in the ‘Plugins’ menu to find and install the latest Blog clock plugin version.

  2. Activate the plugin.

  3. Settings are under “Blog Clock” in the tools menu.


Can I use multiple clocks on the same page


Can I set multiple timezone for different clocks on the same page?

Yes, you can set as many clocks with specific timezones as you want at the same time

Does this plugin updates the seconds in realtime?

Yes, both the digital and the analog clocks work in real-time for seconds and milliseconds

Does this plugin support Visual Composer WP Backery

Yes, it will create a custom VC Block to add converters to your content

Can I use this plugin as a Widget?

Yes, there’s a specific Widget ready to be used in your Widget section


Awful – Needs Work (a lot of…)

Started off pretty well, with just the settings playing up slightly when I tried to change background and text colours.

On implementing the shortcode however was where the true faults appeared.

The clock itself wouldn’t change unless the page was refreshed.

Going back into my page editor to see if it was a shortcode problem, I found that all the Yoast settings had become un-readable, with huge logos all around.

On trying to delete the plugin, it clung on by it’s fingernails until I decided to go into my server and delete it from there.

Not a nice experience all round then, but two stars given rather than one due to the neat settings panel that almost worked.

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Contributors & Developers

“Blog Clock” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • First release.


  • Second release. Plugin rebuilt to feature realtime updating. No page refresh needed to get the current time.


  • Third release. Shortcode generator built and widget updated to support width and alignment customizing.


  • The blog clock widget on the widget page in the wp admin now offer the same features as when grabbing the blog clock widget obtained through the widget short code
    generator on the settings page of the blog clock plugin.
  • You can now generate multiple blog clock short code widgets on the settings page of the blog clock plugin.


  • Plugin is now responsive.
  • Various bugfixes.
  • Compatible with version 4.9.8.


  • Changelog bugfix


Note: The whole plugin has been reworked offering a much more robust and flexible solution.
It’s strongly suggested to update to this completely new and features rich version even though no automatic migration will be performed, so it will be necessary to re-generate all the clock blocks.