Update: you can find a simpler to use solution here.
The more complicated way would be to do a manual install. You will need some basic knowledge, access to your blog templates and to a host which can serve up PHP content (if you want to use the iframe fallback mechanism). In this case the steps would be the following:
- Upload PHP file to your host. You can see the source code below, or download it from here.
<script></script>tags of course). The source code can be seen below:
Edit the last line (where it says
.init(2);) so that in place of 2 you put your own time zone (offset from GMT)
- Finally insert the following code where you wish to show the clock:
<!-- The url in the SRC attribute should poin where you updated the PHP file -->
<!-- The offset is the time zone offset from GMT, the color the background color of the fallback IFRAME -->
<!-- This can be ignored if you don't want an IFRAME fallback mechanism -->
<iframe frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" src="http://cdman83.byethost9.com/dateTime.php?offset=2&bgcolor=dfffbf" id="staticDisplayTime" style="width: 12em; height: 5em; border: none;" scrolling="no"
<div style="text-align: center; width: 10em;">
<div id="displayAuthorsTime" style="font-size: xx-large;"></div>
<div id="displayAuthorsDate" style=""></div>
<!-- The script. You can use an external file or include the script directly -->
- To insert an date element, format it like the following code:
<span class="date"><!--Dec 08 2006 14:34:15-->click here to get the date/time written in the comment</span>