Bush Countdown Clock
Add the Clock to Your Site
To use the Bush Countdown Clock applet on a Web page:
1. Download the file IclTimer.class. In Internet Explorer, you can do this by right-clicking the link and choosing the Save Target As or Save As command.
2. Add the following HTML code to a Web page:
3. Upload IclTimer.class and the Web page to the same folder on your Web server.
You can modify the applet by changing the values of the parameters.
The backcolor, framecolor, and ledcolor parameters take the following values: black, blue, cyan, darkgray, gray, green, lightgray, magenta, orange, pink, red, white, and yellow.
If you don't want the number of days to be displayed in a countdown, remove the days-digits parameter. If you don't display the days, the width of the applet should be 144 instead of 190.
To change the language used on the time period text ("days, "hours", and so on), add a parameter called language with the value "francais", "espanol", "norvege" or "sverige".
You can change the date and time that is the target of the countdown:
To change the text displayed above the clock, give the title parameter a new value.
To change the applet's hyperlink, change the href parameter's value.
John Criswick, the author of IclTimer, publishes this applet as part of the LowerTown Applet Cafe on his Web site.
Criswick asks people who use IclTimer to include the following HTML at the bottom of the page containing the applet:
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