How To Create Custom Time Picker

In this Article we will learn how to make custom time picker

<input type="time" />

By default Time Picker Will Look like this

How to Create Custom Time Picker1

Here is a CSS through which you can customize Time Picker

    input[type=time] {
    border: none;
    color: #2a2c2d;
    font-size: 14px;
    font-family: helvetica;
    width: 180px;
  /* Wrapper around the hour, minute, second, and am/pm fields as well as 
  the up and down buttons and the 'X' button */
  input[type=time]::-webkit-datetime-edit-fields-wrapper {
    display: flex;
  /* The space between the fields - between hour and minute, the minute and 
  second, second and am/pm */
  input[type=time]::-webkit-datetime-edit-text {
    padding: 19px 4px;
  /* The naming convention for the hour, minute, second, and am/pm field is
  `-webkit-datetime-edit-{field}-field` */
  /* Hour */
  input[type=time]::-webkit-datetime-edit-hour-field {
    background-color: #f2f4f5;
    border-radius: 15%;
    padding: 19px 13px;
  /* Minute */
  input[type=time]::-webkit-datetime-edit-minute-field {
    background-color: #f2f4f5;
    border-radius: 15%;
    padding: 19px 13px;
  /* AM/PM */
  input[type=time]::-webkit-datetime-edit-ampm-field {
    background-color: #7155d3;
    border-radius: 15%;
    color: #fff;
    padding: 19px 13px;

Here is an Output of custom Time Picker

You can also remove AM/PM Field and Clock Symbol using following CSS

/* AM/PM */
input[type=time]::-webkit-datetime-edit-ampm-field { display: none; }

/* Clock */ 
input[type=time]::-webkit-calendar-picker-indicator { display: none; }

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