How to Use the Islamic Prayer Times Windows Sidebar Gadget
New Islamic Prayer times side bar gadget has been launched with the intention of helping users of social networking websites take full advantage of their subscriptions. The gadget in question is known as the Sakinah, which is a sidebar widget. It allows users to see a list of prayers at a particular time via a sidebar on the user's home page, or wherever they are in the world. It also allows them to see quotes from the Quran during morning and evening prayers, as well as other quotes relevant to Islam.
The Sakinah sidebar widget is one that shows a clock widget with the time of your prayers shown in the corner of the clock. The widget displays the name of the prayer, the date, time, and location of the prayer. It also has options to show a button that switches it on or a link to a site where you can buy Raksha Bandh (the legal payment for Muslim prayers). The clock widget comes with an "x" on the top right corner of the screen which you can use to switch it off, and a "z" to turn it on.
This sidebars widget works extremely well as it displays information about the times of prayer for all mosques worldwide and therefore all Muslims living and working anywhere in the world. It also displays information relevant to Islam, such as the sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW), as well as important pillars of Islam such as Hajj and Fasting. The Sakinah widget does require the use of a third-party plugin to be able to work on most WordPress themes. But if you are using the default WordPress features and have not yet downloaded the plugin, then you will not be able to use the Sakinah sidebar. The best way to get around this is by installing the WP plugin called SearchAsana.