This is just what i sas looking for, but is there a way of only getting the countdown without all the title, text and other information
I just need to return 00 00:00:00 and to style it with css, but i don’t have any jquery knowledge to edit the files
you can use an init code like the following (you can find it within index.html file) to have a clean :
var timer10_010 = new luxCountdown(
‘theme’: ‘deals clean’,
The important setting is the ‘theme’ when you set it to ‘deals clean’ .
Give it a try and let me know if you have any trouble
Also, the plugin is not working in safari:
Is there some way to fix this?
I’ve tested it on Safari and my tests work.
What is not working for you ? Could you explain a little bit more so I can try to help you ?
Are you using Safari on Mac ? What Safari version ?
Have you a link I could visit to see your page ?
Hi lucab I did what you told me and it is working fine, i changed the css with the classes to display none on the items that i didn’t need and that did it
On the other hand, I still can’t get the code to work on safari or firefox on my mac (Latest version of safari and mac OSX Mountain Lion) On the same computer I can see it on Chrome though. on my PC computer I can see it on chrome but not on firefox firefox.
When I say i don’t see it si basicalli that i am getting 0s on the timer and it is not running
you can see the code here at the top right:
Thank you very much for your help, please let me know if you need more information
Would you have an answer for this yet?
I want to send you some sample tested code working with Safari but I’m travelling at the moment.
try to set end setting as
‘end’: “2013/06/30 07:00:00”
basically replacing the – with the / character
Let me know if this fix your problems
Worked perfectly, Thanks for the great service. One more thing. Is there a way of getting the GMT time and not the user time so that the timer is always the same regardless of the time the user has?
you should set it as example in such a way:
‘end’: “Tue Jul 30 2013 11:59:00 GMT-0100”
Be aware that the timer is using client-time, if you want to initialise it with any univocal server-time you should take it as described in the following links:
I implemented lux count down timer in my app which is an online exam using asp.net c# and its work fine. when the time is finishing I can use that call back function to fire my event. the only problem here is that if someone finish the exam sooner than the given time, I can’t access and read remain time from ur control… let me put it in an example…
The Exam started with 30 minutes of time… the student submit his exam after 14 minutes and it means 16 mins is still remain… how can I access and read the remaining time from lux count down timer?!
thank you very much in advance for your fast response.
I was expecting your kind support and answer sooner
Please let me know about how can the Issue I mentioned above can be solve.
Thank you very much
sorry for replying such lately, I’m as I often do on work travel.
As soon as I go back my office I will send you a reply.
At the moment there’s no function for getting the remaining time.
I will send you the code for accomplishing this task.
sorry again for being late
Hello Lucab, Im still waiting for your kind guide and code for doing that task.
I’m really sorry for being late.
Well, basically you should access the timerObject, that is returned by luxCountdown constructor, and calculate the difference between timerObject._end and a now date time objects.
If you send me a private message I send you some sample code.
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