It does not make use of 32/64-bit unix timestamps, so it will also work for dates outside the range 1970-01-01 through 2038-01-19. The function respects leap years, but does not take into account the 10 days removed in the year 1582 from the calendar (October 5 through October 14, 1582) to fix calendar drift.
* countdown/-up from current to a specified date or
* caslculates the difference between two specified dates
* output via dependent variables for »years (y) »months (m) »days (d) and/or
* independent output for "total" days (D), weeks (W) and remaining days of the weeks (w)
define start and end date for displaying the module contents
* different and individual formatting possibilities for header, middle (content) and footer area
* "modul class suffix" supported
More detailed information about each parameter setting can be found in the popup help text of the module parameter settings pane.
Though it works as promised, I need a bit more, in order to use it. So here's an improvement suggestion:
Make the module only appear if todays date is between date1 and date2.
Thanks for the review. I am afraid I don't understand your suggestion correctly. Can you please contact me via a forum to explain? (use the 'Support' link above or forum.jommla.org). Thanks!