"how to get client's timezone? [duplicate]" Answer’s

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Check out this article on how to detect the timezone by setting a Cookie through JavaScript that will hold the client's timezone. It's rather lenghty, but that is because it is quite verbose. I've implemented a solution along these lines in one of my own apps and it works quite well.

You could also send the timezone via Ajax to the server and have it do whatever you need to do it with then. Or, if you are not doing any serverside calculations with it, just apply the timezone client side where needed. Really depends on your usecase.

In addition to that, I suggest you let the visitor set his timezone himself and store that in the Cookie or a Session.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
 
Eugenie
answered 11 Months ago
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If you can call a web service, you might like to try ipinfodb.com. For example:

http://ipinfodb.com/ip_query.php?ip=69.59.196.211&timezone=true

returns:

<Response> <Ip>69.59.196.211</Ip> <Status>OK</Status> <CountryCode>US</CountryCode> <CountryName>United States</CountryName> <RegionCode>41</RegionCode> <RegionName>Oregon</RegionName> <City>Corvallis</City> <ZipPostalCode>97333</ZipPostalCode> <Latitude>44.4698</Latitude> <Longitude>-123.343</Longitude> <TimezoneName>America/Los_Angeles</TimezoneName> <Gmtoffset>-25200</Gmtoffset> <Isdst>1</Isdst> </Response>

A faster option is to use the free MaxMind Geolite city. If it is not good enough, you can apparently upgrade to a more accurate paid-version. I can't speak for the quality of the paid version, as I have never used it. You can download the file binary blob version of the same database, and then use the C# class to query it.

Thursday, August 12, 2021
 
Nitesh
answered 6 Months ago
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