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CSS Problem with Countdown Display

  • Hi Frank,

    Your plugin is my new favorite maintenance mode plugin for WordPress! It has a lot of very nice features and options. I especially like the wide variety of CSS styles provided.

    While trying out the CSS styles, I noticed a small problem with the countdown display. I can set a date and insert the %1$s code to display the countdown, but in CSS styles with a narrow column (The Sun, Monster, Chastely, Lego, and Chemistry), there isn’t enough room to display hours, minutes, seconds, and the rectangular block at the end.

    In my example, the plugin uses the countdown_show3 class, which provides enough space for two different units and the rectangular block. Instead of displaying hours, minutes, and seconds, can you just display hours and minutes?

    As another example, instead of displaying days, hours, minutes, and seconds, can you just display days and hours? We don’t need more than two kinds of units for the countdown. Maintenance schedules are never that precise. 🙂

    Can you please provide a solution to this problem in a future release?

    Thanks for a great plugin,

    Fred Chapman

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-maintenance-mode/

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