Be careful. The plugin makes require_once for functions.php. The client put install this plugin on the supported project and the site became broken. I have long tried to understand the reason and come to this problem. I have received fatal error like "Cannot redeclare custom_function() (previously declared in...". I know that there should be a check for function_exists, but again, the site was not created by me and it is difficult to keep track of all errors.
Hopefully this will help someone.
Im using super cache plugin, when compressed page active clock not appear on every page. Better u make alternative script like flash script..
I like it!
Exactly I was looking for.
does it show servers time or local time ...
i need local time not an server time...
...I think it's not fair to link the plugin to another page. I mean, every blogger or company wants to keep the readers / customers on their site, right? But if one hovers the mouser over the clock it links to another site that opens in the parent page. If at least you would set the target to _blank instead of _parent, it would be great. Otherwise I hope none of my future readers get the clue to click on the clock.
I wanted 4 analog clock next to each other lined up horizontally (but I wanted specific cities). I contacted support and they responded very quickly, we exchange several emails until we find solution I can execute (not really easy task for them considering I don't know much about coding), but in the end I managed and Im very pleased with results! Special thanks to Paul for being patient with me!
I will definitely keep eye on this plugin development and keep using it for my website!
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