jQuery Detect TimeZone Plugin

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This jQuery plugin leverages Jon Nylander's jstimezonedetect (based on work by Josh Fraser). It could able to set the current timezone value by calling .val on the selector. This generally assumes the selector is an input (text or hidden). It is also retrieves current browser timezone.




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