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Epoch DHTML Calendar Epoch is a flexible DHTML calendar that supports several display formats, such as inline on the page, as a DHTML date picker, or an calendar that with the ability to select multiple dates. Best of all, it's released under the GNU Lesser General Public License, so you can use and distribute this calendar for free inside your web pages and applications.

Category: Time, Calendar

Simple Date Format library This library can help you format a date object to a string or vice versa by very simple functions. This library works similar as SimpleDateFormat class in the Java language, so there will not be difficult when you do use this library if you know Java. In example page, there are many date format examples, converting formats, convert string to date, timestamp date... For more information about usage, please read more documentation written by author.

Category: Time, Clock

12/24 Hour Format Clock Display the local time in the 12 hour or 24 hour format. Selection is made by the visitor using the radio buttons displayed with the clock.

Category: Time, Clock

DHTML StopWatch script Use this DHTML/JavaSctript stopwatch to track your times. It includes reset/start/stop buttons and each one has a rollover effect.

Category: Time, Counter

Simple Calendar This JavaScript displays a calendar page of the chosen month and year. The function takes a date object as its parameter. If it is omitted, the calendar will default to the date on the client computer.

Category: Time, Calendar

Check Date script You can use this JavaScript to check validation of a date.

Category: Time, Validation

Jason\'s Date Input Calendar Jason's Date Input Calendar is designed specifically to make entering date values into forms as easy as can be! It's different from most other similar scripts in the following two ways:

+ The script generates not only the popup calendar to easily select a date, but the corresponding form field as well, made up of select menus and text boxes.
+ The script then creates a corresponding hidden field containing the actual chosen date for easy passing along with the rest of your form.

In other words, this script takes the hassle out of not only selecting a date inside forms, but creating the appropriate HTML and packaging that value for easy passing as well!

Other features of this script are:

+ Works around IE's bug of select-lists showing through layers.
+ Supports multiple calendar inputs in the same form/page.
+ Allows date input either via the popup calendar, or by the user directly inputting the desired date (via select menu and text box).

The script works in all modern browsers- IE5+, NS6/ Firefox, Opera 7+. Nice!

Category: Time, Calendar

Simple Textbox Clock script Simple textbox-style clock.

Category: Time, Clock

Elapsed Time Calculator This script computes and displays the elapsed time between 'Start' and 'Finish' button clicks.

Category: Time, Counter

Auto Month This pulldown JavaScript menu will automatically adjust the range of months so that the current month is at the top. The remaining months are placed in order after the current month. The JavaScript menu still functions with JavaScript turned-off.

Category: Time

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