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[Resolved] [Plugin: T(-) Countdown] Customizing countdown

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  • Plugin Author Baden

    @baden03

    Hello Andy,

    As for adding a countdown to a post, and a basic overview of styling the countdown, please check out the T(-)Countdown Documentation.

    The included files are found in the plugin’s folder css sub-directory.

    When it comes to creating your own style you have two choices:

    1. Pure CSS. Two of the included styles—C-3PO and TIE-Fighter—are created entirely with CSS and do not required editing any image files.
    2. CSS and Images: Jedi, Darth and Carbonite styles are a combination of css and images. You will require an image editing program such as GIMP or PhotoShop.

    Remember, if you do create a new style, be sure to backup it up offline, as updating the plugin will remove any modifications. Once you created a new style, let us know as we would love to include it in our next plugin update, with full credit to you, of course.

    Let me know if you need any further hints.

    I’ve modified the CSS in my themes child Style.css, it looks great in Safari but rubbish in other browsers. I know I have missed something but I don’t know what!!

    Please help!!

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