How To Use Common Sense, HTML, CSS, and JS. To Make An Analogue Clockby@scofield
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How To Use Common Sense, HTML, CSS, and JS. To Make An Analogue Clock

by Scofield Idehen9mMay 24th, 2022
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There is a simple way to make an Analogue Clock simply with HTML, CSS, and JS. We write out a basic HTML structure, create a div for the clock and add necessary styling to it. We take this step by step. The output becomes;. The output is;. The basic HTML is the building block language, CSS is the styling language, and. JS is the functioning language. We use JS to create the clock. We create a basic layout and create a new layout for the Clock.

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