* 24 or 12 - Choose either 24 hour format or 12 hour format.
* Time Zone Offset - If your host server is in a different time zone, the countdown can be adjusted
* Pre and Post Text - Add text above and below the countdown with CSS and HTML tags
* Custom Label, Styling & Location - Add a label to the countdown, use CSS to style it to your liking, position it above, below, to the left, or to the right of the countdown
* Units to Display - Choose the units you wish to display
* Zero Plurality - Toggles usage of plural words when used with the number 0.
* Countdown Styling - Allows the usage of HTML and CSS to style your countdown
* Horizontal or Vertical? - Elements of the countdown may be displayed in a line or in a stack
* Text or Redirect? - When the countdown reaches zero, choose whether to display customizable text (with CSS and HTML) or redirect to a new page or website
* Module Class Suffix - Add custom styling to the module with a module suffix
* Language Files - Uses language files for extra flexibility.
Included languages: English, Dutch, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, Swedish
-- Note that some language files are awaiting updates from our wonderful translators.
If you'd like to translate a file to your language, email email@example.com.
I'm sorry that you weren't able to get the countdown working on your site. I don't have any email records of anyone making a complaint similar to what your are describing. I try very hard to answer emails expeditiously and give as much help as I can to get the module to work correctly. Before leaving a bad review, please contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
But the only problem I found is this module only can display one at one time. When I try to add 4 module in one page it's only load the first one I add. hope developer can solve this in short time.
The latest version now supports multiple countdowns per page.
Thanks for a great Module!
In the next version (1.5.3), you will be able to enter only an hour if you so choose.
Note: it takes one or two seconds to module to display the countdown.
Yes, because of an IE7 bug, the script has to wait until the rest of the page loads before it displays. :o(
- enter any html before the acquired date
- after the acquired date
- lets you define a html field to be displayed if the date has been reached
- define a server time offset
- define the css in the module parameters itself
All in all, the most complete one around. Well done developer!
P.S. No problems in IE7 on my side. I tested it in Firefox, IE7 and IE8.
I went looking for a simple countdown time and found this. It looked good so I downloaded and installed it. What a surprise it works with no problems at all. It is very easy to install and set up, it produces a nice display and you can customize it to function as you need it to.
It is always nice to install something and have it work as described.
Keep up the good work!!