I am looking for a digtal alarm clock widget since a long time for my wordpress site. It should be configurable in the GUI as well. Also it should have no flash because the ipad and iphone do not support flash.I couldnt find in the widgets and plugins area so i tried the google gadgets, it was having other issues. Can anyone of you help me in this please.


  • Please clarify your question. It sounds like you're asking us to build this program for you. Oct 13 '10 at 18:51
  • No not really, i just want one close to my specs, if anyone has used it or seen in the plugins or gadgets area
    – MsManiya
    Oct 14 '10 at 6:23


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    This isn't helpful at all, while the question is fairly ambiguous and it possibly easily solved with not too long on Google, posting a Google search link as an answer, with no other explaination is generally just rude.
    – nobody
    Oct 15 '10 at 16:09
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    Pardon, but I'm not fully understanding why it's rude to highlight a google search on a site advertised as "for WP developers and administrators"... It can't be that hard to take any of the resulting scripts and paste it into a text widget, can it? Oct 15 '10 at 17:00
  • In general, just posting a Google link is discouraged on the main Stack Overflow site, or just plain banned. As noted in one of the responses, I sometimes circumvent this by "wrapping" it in a sentence with a link to the first result. And indeed, we aim for developers, but not every visitor has the same level of experience.
    – Jan Fabry
    Oct 19 '10 at 9:26

The easiest thing to do would be to find a JavaScript-powered alarm clock and paste the code into a standard Text widget. It wouldn't be configurable in the UI (to my knowledge, there are not any existing WordPress plug-ins that build an alarm clock and expose a UI like this) ... but it shouldn't be too hard to find a configurable JavaScript clock and drop it on a page.

A quick Google search turned up a Cut & Paste JavaScript Alarm Clock. It's an entire form that displays the time, lets you set the time, and lets you set a specific action to fire when the alarm goes off. It might not be exactly what you're looking for, but it should point you in the right direction.

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