countdown is a jQuery plugin to render countdowns. Instead of unicorns this plugin does not have any magic, but if you like countdowns to be rendered the way you want, this plugin might become your best friend.
Click on the box to reset the countdown to 10sec.
Just add the following lines to the
head of your website:
Then you have to initialize the plugin with your desired configuration:
Yep, it's easy like that! Enjoy the time you saved!
You can pass a set of these options to set a custom behaviour and look for the plugin.
|date||new Date("June 7, 2087 15:03:25")||The end time of your fancy countdown. Pass either a date object or a string/integer that will be used to create a new Date object. Here you can find all accepted formats of this value.|
|refresh||1000||Refresh rate in milliseconds or false to avoid automatic updates.|
|render||With the render option you can set a function to change the output of the plugin. This function is called in the scope of the plugin, so you can access the
|onEnd||Callback function that is called when the end date is reachedadded|
|leadingZeros(number, [length = 2])||Add leading zeros to a number.|
|update(newDate)||Update the end time. The possible formats of the argument
|render()||Call the render method. This might be usefull if you set
|stop()||Stops the refresh loop.|
|start([refreshRate])||Start the refresh loop. If you set a refresh rate in the options you can overwrite it with the argument