In the article you mentioned "You might like to try putting the various time components in separate span containers, so that you can style them individually."I'm extremely new at this and have actually (surprisingly) gotten everything else to work except, I would love to be able to display the hours, minutes and seconds under separate div or span tags in order to modify them individually using css. Keep in mind I'm a complete noob and would love as step by step instructions as you possibly have patience for. I apologize in advance if it's very long and dirty...Element By Id("hours").first Value = current Hours;Element By Id("minutes").first Value = current Minutes;Element By Id("seconds").first Value = current Seconds; matt, Thanks so much for the help. Without having to re-write all the code and clean everything up to make up for my novice discrepancies, The quickest and easiest thing was to create a separate update function for each component in the clock and displaying them that way.

Follow our progress, here: Lake House I love all things creative, colorful and DIY.

My background is in display – which led me into the wonderful world of DIY decorating and design when Ed and I bought our first house.

We have two grown daughters and so far one future son-in-law.

I started this blog back in 2009 in our previous house in suburban Philadelphia.

They use Accuweather for a reason: it's dependable and damn accurate. That accuracy here is combined with a clean, concise app that is easy to navigate and easy to understand.

Bottom-line: Accuweather is the forecasting brains behind many a weather app, but its own app is simple, stable, and gets the job done in style.

Use Java Script's Date object and Interval method to make a simple real-time clock that you can place on any Web page.

Along the way, you take a look at how to access text nodes in the DOM, and how to set an on Load event handler.

The area has a good choice of restaurants within walking distance (we love Spasso across the street).

Enjoy watching the waves with a glass of wine on the balcony.

I left the hotel to go to dinner and when I returned the parking lot was full and I had to circle the neighborhood to find a spot on the street…