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swkv Purchased

hi there, i tried to change the text for the days, minutes etc. and overwrite the original file in the mentioned folder, but nothing changes when i refresh my website. how can i fix this and make it work… tqvm

Hi, you can try to clean your browser cache files, it should fix this problem


swkv Purchased

ya, ive empty all my cache but nothing changes…

Hi, please try to remove the plugin from your wp, and install the plugin zip that you updated the image file, then it should works


ttc2003 Purchased

Hi. Is it possible to countdown from 60 minutes to 0 and then redirect to a different page? If it works we will purchase the plugin. THX Freek

sure, please contact me here http://codecanyon.net/user/ufoufoufo


ttc2003 Purchased

Hi. I purchased the plugin but now i want a countdown clock (from 60 minutes back to 0) with an redirection on the end. Is this possible? THX Freek

Hi, usually you need to set a static target time text to create the countdown shortcode in the panel, but if you really want to create a countdown with dynamic time, you can try to use some simple javascript to do it, please content me here http://codecanyon.net/user/ufoufoufo to get the example scripts

I want a countdown timer to show how long someone has to order to receive their package by a certain date. Our cut off is always Thursday at Midnight to be delivered by the following Monday. Would your plugin handle something like this?

Hi, did you mean you need a countdown that always count to next monday? if so, maybe jCoundown can do that, but you need to do it with some simple javascripts, please send me more details here http://codecanyon.net/user/ufoufoufo to explain it

No, countdown to Thursday at Midnight, then reset and start over.

you mean you need the countdown always count to next Thursday Midnight, like repeat event, right? you can do it by simple javascript with jCountdown Mega Package for WordPress, and you can contact me here http://codecanyon.net/user/ufoufoufo to get the example scripts

We just purchased jCountdown Mega Package for WordPress Regular License 12 months support (expires on 13 Jul 2017) Purchase code: 64e08b82-2b2a-4f80-bf0a-e831f63de033 but it is not appearing on My Downloads page. Please check this out and let me know when I can download it Garth Catterall <garth.catterall@humanitysteam.org>

Hi, i’m not sure what’s happen, and I can’t do anything in this situation, sorry, but I think you can get some help in help center https://help.market.envato.com/hc/en-us and if you still can’t find anything that helps you, please check this page https://help.market.envato.com/hc/en-us/requests/new you can submitting a request and the envatomarket help team will helps you

This is not working for me. If I leave the width set to Auto the timer spreads across the entire page. If I set it to the width I want, it is only 1 or 2 pixels high. Here’s what I bought: jCountdown Mega Package for WordPress

Hi, it sounds like some CSS issue, maybe some jCountdown CSS setting was overwrite by other CSS scripts, but don’t worry, please send me your site URL here https://codecanyon.net/user/ufoufoufo/portfolio so I can help you

Hi, I just bought the jCountdown for WP. I’m using Divi, and the countdown looks terrible. Could you please take a look at resellers.usagranitetools.com?

Thanks, Jose

Hi, seems it some of your CSS scripts crash the jCountdown, but don’t worry, try to insert these CSS scripts in your site, it should solve the problem
.jCountdown .container:before{
    content:none !important;
.jCountdown .container:after{
    content:none !important;
.jCountdown .container{
    padding-top:6px !important;
.jCountdown *{
    box-sizing: content-box !important;
.jCountdown .group>.label{
    margin:0px !important;
    left:auto !important;

and feel free to contact me here https://codecanyon.net/user/ufoufoufo if you have any questions

Great, thanks!

I recently purchased the jCountdown wordpress plugin. I am having 2 issues:

1) displaylabel=”true” is not working. Labels won’t appear.

2) I am having the same issue as another user on mobile with responsive width. My theme is built on bootstrap, so my row width should be strictly enforced and any internal elements should constrict to those bounds, but the widget does not comply.

I sent my url for review via email through your envato profile page.

Hi, just sent the mail, please check your mail box


My wordpress site is running on version 4.6.1. Is it still compatible with your jcountdown mega package for wordpress? Just wanting to use the countdown feature.


sure, it works fine on wp 4.6.1


Something is wrong with the countdown on my website. I just bought this one and create a shortcode. I copied the shortcode to my text widget. But the countdown isn’t showing well.. I really have no clue what the problem could be. Could you please help me out?

You can see what’s wrong here => www.hoboonearth.com

Thanks in advance!


Hi, don’t worry, it’s just some CSS issue in your theme, all you need is insert these CSS scripts to fix it up
#main-wrapper.fw-100 .jCountdown .container{
    width:auto !important;

Im looking for a timer that can be used to countdown time in a course using LMS. 4 hours must spend in course before getting course certificate. And can the time be in real time. meaning if they log out it stops the time and will restart when they log back in? or if they are idle the time stops if they dont answer a question?

I just purchased and installed the plugin, but it will not display more than one counter on a single page. I see you have more than one on your demo page… any ideas why only one is displaying for me? I need 3 on a single page, please advise.

Thank you!

Nevermind—I think it was an issue with CDN/auto-minifying

cool, have a nice day :)


I just bought your jcountdown plugin. Where can I change the day/hour/minute/seconds part, so that it displays those word in German?

and the other thing, I tested it and want it to be in the middle of the sales page, but it is on the left, where can I change that?

Aloha, Angelina


1) you can change label text in photoshop, please read the help file,

2) all you need is set the CSS text-align to center, e.g.
<div style="text-align:center">
  [jcountdown]2018/01/01 00:00:00[/jcountdown]

How can I display only 2 boxes for “days?” I only have 2 digits and don’t need the 3rd box…

ah nvm, right in front of my face

cool, have a nice fay :)

Hi, I am having a problem making the width fixed when inserting the countdown in Revolution slider. No attempt to add CSS to make the width fixed seems to be working. View the current countdown on: http://asiadays.dk/wordpress/

The above link is displaying this shortcode:

[jcountdown timetext="2017/03/16 12:00:00" timezone="1" style="slide" color="black" width="300" textgroupspace="15" textspace="0" reflection="false" reflectionopacity="10" reflectionblur="0" daytextnumber="2" displayday="true" displayhour="true" displayminute="true" displaysecond="true" displaylabel="true" onfinishredirecturl=""]2017/04/16 12:00:00[/jcountdown]

Best, Steffen

Hi, I think maybe the “Revolution slider” or some of your plugins was break the jCountdown functions, you can try to disable your plugins to fix it, and if it still fix it up, maybe you can send me your site admin account id and password here https://codecanyon.net/user/ufoufoufo so I can try to check your plugins and scripts

PHP Deprecated: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP; jCountdown has a deprecated constructor in /var/www/animehaven.org/http/wp-content/plugins/jcountdown_mega_package_for_wordpress/index.php on line 13 Please do smthing with it

thanks for your advice, I will fix it in next update, and please leave the message with the account that you purchase this item next time thanks