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»Added  2005-03-29
»Rating  8
»Votes  171
»Author  ValueAmerica | Search by ValueAmerica
»Version  Flash 6
»Description  Small Dynamic Calendar - Pressed for space on your web site? This calendar is only 150 pixels wide by 100 pixels tall and provides a full month of dates as well as a display for the Day, Time, and Date. The current day is highlighted in the current month. The Day, Time, and Date sequentially fade to the next display. Automatically changes to the correct day, month, year and time. Time displays AM and PM. An excellent addition for a web site, personal page, business presentation, blog page, shopping cart site, email page or any other place you want to display the current time and date without taking up a lot of room. Use freely and Enjoy!


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    Posted by Hakan YUNCU on 02/18/2014 08:45am

    The color of first sunday is different from others. How can i repair?

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