Below is a collection of free islamic calendar widgets that you can put and display on your blogs or websites. The widgets are flash-based and can be embedded in many open social or community websites like MySpace, Multiply, Friendster, Blogger, Ning, Hi5, iGoogle, Hadithuna, Typepad, Netvibes and more. Go no where else to know the current hijri date.
Browse and choose the design that you like. Most of the islamic hijri calendar widgets below are customizable. In other words you can design your custom calendars or personalised calendaras. You can set the size and look or color of the calendar to match the layout of your blogs or websites.
The displayed hijri calendar date is based on the latest formulation of the Ummul Qura calendar of Saudi Arabia.
UPDATE: I have decided to change the hijri date calculation code or algorithm for most of the hijri calendar widgets here. It is now has now an option to set the calendar based on the Suggested Global Islamic Calendar proposed by Dr. Khalid Shaukat from the Fiqh Council of North America.Nevertheless, you can adjust the islamic date by a few days to synchronise with the current date in your country.
As the lunar month of the islamic calendar is tightly correlated with the phase of the moon, I decided to design this widget that shows the current date in both gregorian and hijri. This widget may be called an astronomy widget, while it displays not only the current phase of the moon, but also the age, the date and time of the last and next new moon, as well as the full moon.
Date added: 04 February 2009.Get this Widget
Lately, the floral and swirl ornaments become a popular design element in almost all types of publication. Although a few of the widgets have already incorporated such element, here is another one for the hijri calendar. In addition this widget features animated floating flower bubbles.
Date added: 18 March 2009.Get this Widget
This is a redesign of the "Current Moon Phase Widget" which shows rather colorful infos about the current phase of the moon, the current date and the corresponding hijri date. Now, this widget shows a cleaner and simpler color theme, with only white and greys.
Date added: 04 January 2010.Get this Widget