Discussion on jCircle Countdown Package Responsive jQuery Plugin

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I have general familiarity with .js and .css and followed the documentation, but I have not been able to get this to work—even the provided index.html file containing different samples of the design does not load. Running updated OSX, Chrome.

hi icw510 i’ve been update the plugin,please check index.html line 60 jquery plugin not loaded.

Pre-purchase question: This is the copy of another plugin with more functions, better documentation and more designs. Have a look for “Count Everest”.

Oh, sorry forgot my question.

hi hanspagel,

thanks, but it’s not a copy I made this by myself all design in circle.

I have a small problem, whenever I refresh the page the countdown starts over. How do I just set it once and let it run?

He answered my question in an email but I’ll put it up here for anyone else. You just need to take out the date and keep it blank so it will look like ’’

@ zechnelson

I have the same issue.

I have another question. When I resize my window the countdown circles immediately jump to one column fullwidth. However if I resize then refresh and it’s at a decent width of lets say 767px, then it will be just fine. Is there a way to keep this from happening. It just doesn’t look very nice on mobile because the circles are so large you have to scroll forever to see all of it.

please check your email, sorry for my late reply.

I want to set a 10s Timer. Here is the code that I have : It doesn’t work it set 17h and 10s.

var currentDate = new Date(); var futureDate = new Date(currentDate.getTime() + 10 * 1000); jQuery(’#mycountdown’).jCircle({ start: currentDate, // set start of date end: futureDate, // set end of date days: true, // show day, change false to hide hours: true, // show hour, change false to hide minutes: true, // show minute, change false to hide seconds: true, // show second, change false to hide round: true, label: ‘yes’, backgroundColor: ‘rgb(235, 206, 235)’, foregroundColor: ’#0072bc’, design: ’’, transition: null, onComplete: function() { } });

Hi Natoli, Thank you for purchasing my plugin. this countdown only counting down full days, counting down second will be available within the next update in a next weeks. I’m sorry about that!

Sorry for my late reply. You just need to keep start option blank so it will look like var currentDate = new Date(); var futureDate = new Date(currentDate.getTime() + 10 * 1000); jQuery(’#mycountdown’).jCircle({ start: ’’, // set start of date end: futureDate,// set end of date days: true, // show day, change false to hide hours: true, // show hour, change false to hide minutes: true, // show minute, change false to hide seconds: true, // show second, change false to hide round: true, label: ‘yes’, backgroundColor: ‘rgb(235, 206, 235)’, foregroundColor: ’#0072bc’, design: ’’, transition: null, onComplete: function() { } });

Hi, I tried to upload this plug-in to WP and I keep getting the following message:

Installing Plugin from uploaded file: codecanyon-7166055-jcircle-countdown-package-responsive-jquery-plugin (1).zip Unpacking the package…

Installing the plugin…

The package could not be installed. No valid plugins were found.

Plugin install failed.

I’m new to this so please be as descriptive as possible in your instructions.

Thanks,

Hi. may I know your email I will provide step by step instructions.

sure. it’s drewbertrend@hotmail.ca

Thanks

Hi gagtric, Since we have been unsuccessful with getting your plug-in to work with WordPress, would it be possible to get a refund?

I set 5 min countdown…. It starts fine, but as soon as the Second reaches 0 (does not matter left 4 minutes more) stop working… I have to refresh (F5) and continue until seconds reaches zero… I am using the same example than the index.html…. PLEASE HELP

Hi zhekel thank you for purchasing my plugin .Sorry for my late reply. May I know your email I will send update file thanks for the issue..

Hours indicator span and input shares the sme class name… take a look how the minutes and seconds are… I am trying to move the numeric indicator using the class name but also the span (“hours”) is moving Thanks

sheqel@live.com

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span style = “hours instead of span class= hours

Please let me know where is such code (filename + line code) I can change it, it happens the same with days… I want all the indicators well aligned

Hours, Minutes, Seconds… legends changed to default color when F11 is pressed (Full Screen)

find(‘input’).css(‘color’,’#b49ac2’).end().find(‘span’).css(‘color’,’#FFDD55’)

sheqel@live.com

Decent plugin. Not that responsive though, if you want to keep Count Elements Side by Side.

I was forced to manually do media query break points and resize each element based on screen size. I had to alter some of the Jcircle.countdown.js file and give the Number elements (time, date, etc..) special classes so I can control each element.

Could have been easier, and more responsive, should not have to touch the JS

@mosdigi That is what I want to do, could you please share it with me?

Hello, I notice when I set Chrome as full Screen the colors becomes erratic… I have to hit F5 to recover…. I do not know why this happen…

The color is screwing up—>

The color described into foregroundColor: ’#green

is forced or copied into (.css(‘color’, ’#HexColorForced’))—>

find(‘input’).css(‘color’,’#gray_now_forced2_green’).end().find(‘span’).css(‘color’,’#DDDDDD’);

Please fix it, thanks

Hello the preview page with usage of the plugin shows tabs in every example, which none of them work (no link). Is there any way to actually see the html, css, javascript examples for each item???

thnxs

Hii.. Thanks for purchasing my plugin, let me know your email I’ll send my preview page code…

Hello! animation goes from right to left (as a normal clock going to future), is it possible to make the animation run from left to right as getting back to past?

cool work, i wish you all the best for your sales

Thanks man

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