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jquery countdown

Posted on 2010-08-25
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Hi there,

I am trying to use jquery Countdown
http://keith-wood.name/countdown.html 

It works perfectly, but I didn´t understand how to include the expiryUrl  property inside it. I tried as below, but it doesn´t work.

Could you please modify the code below to make it right?  Thanks!

$(function () {

	$('#defaultCountdown').countdown({format: 'MS', compact: false, expiryurl: true, until: $.countdown.UTCDate(-3, 2010, 8, 25, <%=(rsParsingStartTimes.Fields.Item("HourStart").Value)-24%>, <%=(rsParsingStartTimes.Fields.Item("MinuteStart").Value)%>+1, 0, 0),
	expiryurl: "www.mysite.com.br/closingTest.html"
	});

});

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Question by:fskilnik
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I see you set it twice :

expiryurl: true,
expiryurl: "www.mysite.com.br/closingTest.html"

replace the << true >> by the "www.mysite.com.br/closingTest.html"

be careful with the case, expiryurl and expiryUrl



$('#defaultCountdown').countdown({format: 'MS', compact: false, expiryUrl: "www.mysite.com.br/closingTest.html", until: $.countdown.UTCDate(-3, 2010, 8, 25, <%=(rsParsingStartTimes.Fields.Item("HourStart").Value)-24%>, <%=(rsParsingStartTimes.Fields.Item("MinuteStart").Value)%>+1, 0, 0)
	});

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i think you need the http:// before www.mysite...
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by:fskilnik
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Sorry for the delay, gentlemen!

All three suggestions were in fact corrections and the problem is solved. Cheers!

Best Regards and thank you both for the support!!
fskilnik
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You're welcome! Thanks for the points!
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Hi again, leakim971!

I wonder whether you could help me in a "JQuery Countdown" matter... the link to my EE post follows:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/JavaScript/Q_26439806.html

Thanks a lot,
fskilnik.
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Seems @mplungjan solve your problem, sorry to be late.
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