Support » Plugin: Waiting: One-click countdowns » DOM event?

  • Resolved Wp_begginer_pri

    (@wp_begginer_pri)


    Hi,

    Can you kindly provide some documentation on how to use the DOM event? Basically I wanted the timer to be replaced with text after the countdown finishes.

    Do you know how to?

    Thanks a lot.

    Best Regards,

    pri

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  • A list of possible events can help in the documentation ? 😉

    Plugin Author plugin.builders

    (@pluginbuilders)

    Hi, if you just want to replace with text, click on the Replace with HTML option and enter your text there.

    The Trigger Dom Event option is for when you want to automatically trigger an event on countdown finish. For e.g you can make Waiting click a button when countdown finishes, do you want this?

    Hi,

    Thank you for your reply. Yes, I just want the count down to dissapear and be replaced with a text. I could not find the option replace with HTML.

    Regarding making a button clickable after the countdown is an EXCELLENT idea for your plugin. It will massively increase your downloads specially if you mention this as a key feature.

    Can you kindly guide how to achieve the replacement with text. I could not find the option in the backend.

    Thanks,
    Pri

    Wp_begginer_pri

    (@wp_begginer_pri)

    Hi,

    I am marking this as resolved since I did my own custom coding to achieve the outcome I was looking for. Thanks a lot for your help anyway and hope my suggestions help you achieve more downloads 🙂

    Best Regards,
    Pri

    pablopeter

    (@pablopeter)

    Hi,

    I am making an exam in my website and I want that just the countdown finish, the exam finish too with the answer on the screen. How can I do to click the finish button when countdown finishes?

    This is the code of my send exam button:

    <input type=”submit” id=”gform_submit_button_7″ class=”gform_button button” value=”Enviar” onclick=”if(window["gf_submitting_7"]){return false;} window["gf_submitting_7"]=true; ” onkeypress=”if( event.keyCode == 13 ){ if(window["gf_submitting_7"]){return false;} window["gf_submitting_7"]=true; jQuery("#gform_7").trigger("submit",[true]); }”>

    Thanks!

    • This reply was modified 6 months ago by  pablopeter.
    Plugin Author plugin.builders

    (@pluginbuilders)

    Hi, click on Trigger DOM Events option, then enter #gform_7 in selector field and submit in event field.

    pablopeter

    (@pablopeter)

    Hi,

    Thanks a lot! it works great!!

    • This reply was modified 6 months ago by  pablopeter.
    pablopeter

    (@pablopeter)

    Hi,

    I have another cuestion, I have created my website to do exams only once, but when people try to do the exam twice, it appears the countdown with no exam. How can I hide the countdown after people do the exam.

    Thanks a lot!

    Plugin Author plugin.builders

    (@pluginbuilders)

    Hi, PRO version allows you to set cookies, so once the countdown finishes, that specific user won’t see countdown anymore.

    Or you can write some code that hides the countdown when there’s no question if you don’t want the PRO version.

    pablopeter

    (@pablopeter)

    Hi,

    and how could be an example of code to do that?

    Thanks for all!

    pablopeter

    (@pablopeter)

    I have got the code so thanks you anyway!

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