Analog Clock using HTML CSS and Javascript

Analog Clock using HTML CSS and Javascript

Hello My Friends, Welcome to the blog. Today we learn how to create a realtime analog clock using HTML, CSS, and javascript. Previously I shared a snippet based on a responsive navigation menu using only HTML and CSS. Check that out whether you haven't already.


For the HTML markup, I took a div element named box, which will act as the clock elements' container. First, I have taken twelve div elements for making the time number that sees around the analog clock. I gave an individual class name to each of these divs as well. Underneath these twelve divs, I have taken three other div named 'handle' and give each of the div a unique name like sec, min, and hour. These names are self-explanatory means they indicate the second, minute, and hour hand of the clock.

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In the CSS part, I gave the body tag a height and width of 100vh and 100vw, so that the body element fit the viewport screen. After that, I gave an 'overflow: hidden' value. In this way, the scrollbar will appear for the document. after that box div element a height and width 500px and 600px. Then I gradually styled the clock hands and the numbers shown around the clock hands. Then I used the CSS property called transform: rotate() to rotate clock hands. 

For the clock to function, we have to use some javascript code for the snippet. You can get the code from below. You also need to create two other files, HTML and the other one is CSS. Now copy the code below and paste to the separate file and save them. 




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