Given a start date, and a number of days, I need to display the end date = start date + number of days.  So I did something like this:  var endDate=new Date(startDate.getTime()+ONE_DAY);   Everything works fine, except that for 25 and 26 October give...
BACKGROUND  I'm creating an AJAX chat system. It looks something like this:     Mike - hi Jane - 5 minutes ago      Jane - hi Mike - 4 minutes ago      Mike - how's it going - 3 seconds ago      Jane - I'm doing good - 1 second ago   Java...
I am trying to create a clock using jQuery. I am able to rotate all the hours, minutes and seconds hands, but am having some problems in rotating it exactly in Internet Explorer as it does in other browsers.   Why is this occurring? How can I rotate...
I'm making a few PHP sites for a client and I have a small problem.  I have a JavaScript text clock located at the top and the bottom of the page (each a copy of the other).  They work perfectly in Chrome, but on Firefox and IE it sometimes doesn...
I'm relatively new to javascript, and have been trying to figure out a way to create a clock (which takes a bit explaining, please bear with me):  I'm trying to create a javascript clock where the clock follows real time, and then calculates...
I want to include a JavaScript world time clock like http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex6/localtime.htm to my homepage but I don't want to change it every time when the DST changes for a time zone. Is it possible to sync it automatically wit...
Hey guys I#m trying with Templates in meteor.js, but how can I reload them after a given time? , for example i want to have a Template called "time" wich has to reload every second to show the current time, also a template "date" wich...
I'm currently playing around with a clock I found on codepen Here.  It works perfectly but I'm having a little trouble displaying more than one. I have duplicated the code just to try and get it working but I must have missed something. I hav...
I have this statement in my code, and I was wondering how I could test the setInterval using Jasmine.  const x = setInterval(() => {     const countdown = getElementById('countdownWrapper');     const systemTime = ...     const now = new D...
So I am looking to make a base8 clock. Still using twenty four 308 hours in a day, for convenience. I would have thought that converting the indivual values to base 8 in the last step before throwing them in an order and displaying them would work bu...

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