Glassmorphism Analog Clock
Follow the tutorial below to know how to make Glassmorphism Analog Clock. First I used the background color of the webpage as black. Then I made two colorful circles. You can use colorful images instead of circles.
Then I created the basic structure of the analog clock. Here I have used a transparent image to write numbers from 1 to 12. Then with the help of HTML, I made three hands that will indicate the time of this watch.
See the Pen glass analog clock by Foolish Developer (@fghty) on CodePen.
This analog clock will take the current time from the device. Then at that time, these hands will continue to rotate by converting to degrees.
Hope you learned from the demo above how this Glassmorphism Analog Clockworks. Above you will get the required source code.
Step 1: Design the webpage
Using the code below I designed the background and created two colorful circles. I have used the width and height of the circles 240 px. Here we have used position: absolute which will keep it fixed in a certain place. I used border-radius: 50% with it which turned it into a circle.
Now using the following CSS codes I have placed the two circles in different places. I have also given different background colors for the two circles.
Step 2: Basic structure of Glassmorphism Analog Clock
Now I have created the basic structure of this analog clock. width, height 320px and border-radius: 50% helped to make it round. I used transparent background color here and backdrop-filter: blur (10px) helped to blur the background a bit.
Step 3: Add images to make numbers from 1 to 12
Now I have added an image that has helped to create numbers from 1 to 12. In this case, I did not add any number in a custom way. I have used a transparent image which will help to see the times.
Step 4: Make hands in Glassmorphism Clock
Now we have created three hands in this Glassmorphism Analog Clock which will indicate the time in hours, minutes, and seconds. I have used different hand sizes and background colors.
In the same way, I have collected hours, minutes, and seconds and then stored them in hr, min, sec.
Converts those hours, minutes, and seconds to degrees using the code below. Because we know that in the case of analog clocks, the time has to be converted to degrees.
If you want to know more about CSS Glassmorphism design then of course you can watch my other tutorials. The source code required to create Analog Clock with Glassmorphism is in the download button below.