The Timezone widget lets you display international timelines within your webpage. It’s a very simple widget that keeps the readers’ attention on the page.
Let’s see how to use it.
Find the Time Zone widget from the widget menu and drag it inside your page.
The content tab has all the base settings for changing the layout of the content.
The Timezone widget has a single section on this tab.
You can select the GMT time-frame with all current time-presets available. You can also choose a Custom GMT to your advantage.
The time format is available in both 12 hours and 24 hours.
Set the alignment to reposition the clock.
Turning on the Date & Country switchers will show dates and the country name along with the time zone. You can select the date format and show the country name manually.
Now, let’s customize the appearance of the time zone.
Go to Style> Time
Change the color and typography of the time.
Go to Style> Date
Color and typography options for the dates.
Go to Style> Country
Color and typography options for the country.
Adding background color
Go to Advanced> Background
Then set a nice background color that matches your time zone content.
Watch this quick video or visit the demo page for more insights.