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JQuery Countdown Issue

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I have a jquery countdown timer that works in Firefox and Safari but not in IE and Chrome.  Any ideas?
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Can you post a link to your page?
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Go to http://www.etraxc.com/ and select "H51 Athletics" from the "Quick Access" dropdown
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OH, and the "The Clock is Ticking..." is supposed to be counting down each second.
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Something is wrong with your js file.  When I tried it with your js file it does not work. But when I tried it with the js filke on the keith wood site, it works fine.
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Can you give me the link from the Keith Wood site?
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Thanks again...always the best...and sorry for the lazy question about you finding keith wood for me...
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I'm glad you found it.  I figured you would know.  Good that it is working.
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