11 May 2010 04:01 | wikidot

Probably because they're sleeping!

Have you ever wondered what time it is over in Wikidot-land, used Google to find out, then been disappointed because it's 1 AM over there and you're going to have to wait several hours until the Polish work day begins?

Well, I've got a solution for you. Kind of. You'll still be disappointed to find out that those Polish geniuses have only just settled down for their beauty sleep, but at least you'll be able to become disappointed faster now that you don't need to search Google for Polish time first! ;-)

I've added this little gem to the Wikidot Community site's sidebar, but I'm going to share the code with you so you can post it on your own Wikidot site or wiki as well.

Time in Toruń, Poland

And the code for it is this:

[[size 120%]]**Time in Toruń, Poland**[[/size]]
<iframe src="" frameborder="0" width="160" height="42"></iframe>

Or, more simply, just:

[[include :leiger:inc:torun-time]]

Click on the white rectangle box to go to, which is where I got the code from originally. You can customise the appearance of it, or make it show a different timezone, if you'd like.

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