Contribute to a module. Volunteers wanted! Easy!
I need/want a small favor from anyone and everyone that is interested. I need timezone codes for your location for my MMM-EventHorizon timer module. They are generated by this website. I’ll explain what you have to.
Scroll down until you see this
Click the Time Zones button. Select your timezone.
- Scroll down until you see this
Click the “Show HTML for Countdown Timer” button. An HTML code box will appear as in the picture above. The red arrow in the picture points “n179” which is the timezone code for this example.
- I humbly ask that you post your location and the timezone code so that I can add it to my modules readme.
Even if you don’t use my module (inconceivable) you can help me to make it better for anyone that does. You will also have my thanks and gratitude.
Please post your timezone (or city) along with the code number.
n64 - Central Time zone USA (Chicago)
Central Time zone USA (Chicago)
Added. Thank you sir!
sdetweil last edited by
n64 - Austin, Texas
n70 - Dallas, Texas
n104 - Houston, Texas
n394 - Albuquerque, Nm
N197 - Phoenix, Az
My city isn’t listed in search results
rts58 last edited by
n43 Boston, MA
dazza120 last edited by dazza120
n2483 UK England
n268 Zuerich, Switzerland
BKeyport last edited by
Most of the location numbers for major cities are actually in the source code for the webpage, just an FYI. Point people to the webpage for closer details.
Sandy2503 last edited by Sandy2503
n959 Wuppertal - Germany - CET - Central European Time
n83 - Frankfurt A.M, Germany