How to make the countdown timer starts again automatically after the end of time?
Thank you for the purchase. Sposibo. There is no “evergreen” feature included, but I created some custom version for a client in the past. Email me at email@example.com. Apart from that if the timer refreshes every hour for example you can simply point a date in the far future and hide the days and the hours. That way the hours will “reset” every 60 minutes. That applies also for a 24h period where you can only hide days.
does the visual builder come with the code?
Thank you for your interest. Yes, it does.
Can you help please, we’ve followed your instructions and set the counter but it is 1 hour out at 9am it shows 16 hours left not 15 hours, see code:
<!- jQuery Countdown For Mega Deals ->
fillStylesPanel_g2_1:”rgba(100, 100, 100, 1)”,
fillStylesPanel_g2_2:”rgba(30, 30, 30, 1)”,
text_color:”rgba(255, 255, 255, 1)”,
text_glow:”rgba(0, 0, 0, 1)”,
Thank you for the purchase. I missed your message today. Can we sort it out tomorrow. I need to put the children to bed now.
Hm I think it has to do with Daylight Saving Time. If you try target date like “2016/07/30 00:00:00” it works ok. But if target date is after daylight saving time date then the anomaly shows.
When I remove the day the hours do not increment accordingly – for example If the day is showing and it says 1 day 2 hours 20 seconds and I remove the day it should change to 26 hours 20 seconds but that does not happen
How can I fix this?
There are only two digits for the hours and they change from 00 to 23. I had a custom solution for a client that made possible to show up to 3 days in the hours section, but the version on codecanyon does not support that, which can be also seen in the demo.
Hi, I’ve got the plugin ready to go except I’d like it to countdown from 10 minutes when my site is visited. Is this possible?
It’s hosted now at freeaccelerate.infinimax.com
Hello and thank you for your purchase. You can get the current time of page visit and add 10 minutes in milliseconds in order to calculate the target date. Something like this:
target_date = new Date();//this is now date/time
target_date = new Date(target_date.getTime() + 10 * 60 * 1000 + 1000);//this is now + 10 min * 60 sec * 1000 ms. i add 1 sec more cause i have glitches in this mode.
time_zone = target_date.getTimezoneOffset()/(-60);//this gets visitor’s timezone
target_date = target_date.toDateString()+’ ‘+target_date.toTimeString();
Then you need to use this variable when you initialize the plugin. If you need more help write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your site looks really nice
Installed this countdown on a wordpress site and it seems to work good in the visual editor, but when you click “update” to save the changes, it reverts back to default date “year/1/1” Any ideas? I want to set it for 2017/10/26, but when I click update, it defaults back to 2017/1/1
You installed the WP version, right?
Should I create a new page or the page is already?
Can we add this code on our page? Which we have already created?
Integrate your code on my page here image attached
We just need to http://dotstudio.co.uk/codecanyon/countdown/demo/simple_demo1.html
I will look into issue shortly. Just need to attend some family matters right now.
Here I have integrated your plugin everything works
We sent you url by mail to have the color
send again to email@example.com. also i am a bit confused… do you still have issues?
Just change the color of: day, seconds, etc …..
It works very well your plugin, very good work
I am glad! Can you please leave a rating? In your DOWNLOADS section there is a 1..5 stars rating tool.
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