Linear Clock and World Time Zones

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Use the "time zone" dropdown menu to select a city. The time is then shown in both the linear and analog clocks.


Select "linear clock" to display the current time. The clock is made up of an orange circle representing seconds, a cyan circle for minutes and a larger circle for hours, which changes from purple to green depending on the time of day.

Select "analog clock" for a standard 24-hour analog clock showing the current time. The color scheme of the clock hands matches that of the rectangular clock.

Select "time zone map" to show that time zone displayed on a world map.


Contributed by: Jason Marks (August 2022)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA



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