T(-) Countdown
[resolved] when reaches 0 does not work (6 posts)

  1. inix3000
    Posted 3 years ago #

    html messages is not working when reaches 0, countdown turns into negative numbers


  2. Baden
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Sorry to hear you are having troubles. We just tested this on our server and it is working. To better help us understand the problem please provide the following info:
    1. which version of the plugin are you using
    2. which version of WordPress are you using
    3. are you using the widget or the shortcode
    4. which HTML message are you trying to display
    5. which launchtarget (abovie, below, entire widget or countup) do you have selected
    6. a link to the page you are having this trouble would be most helpful of all.

    Our guess is that another plugin is causing a javascript error, have you checked your error console?

    Happy to help--but you need to be a little more descriptive.

  3. inix3000
    Posted 3 years ago #

    1. T(-) Countdown 3.4.2
    2. Buddypress version (1.6.1) and WordPress version (3.4.1)
    3. Short-code:
    [tminus t="26/09/2012 19:30" omitweeks="true"]Finished[/tminus]
    4. Trying to display: Finished
    5. None
    6. http://nohagasnada.com/escuela/logotipo-de-empresa/

  4. Baden
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hello inix3000,
    Thanks for the fast reply.

    • Not sure how you got versino T(-) Countdown 3.4.2, as the current version is only at 2.2.7... so you should make sure you are using version 2.2.7.
    • The t value for date and time is not in the correct format. It should be: 2012-09-26 19:30:00
    • You might want to check out the T(-) Countdown documentation. Specifically the launchtarget attribute. You will need to tell the plugin where you want 'Finished' to be displayed ('above' = Above the countdown, 'below' = Below the countdown or 'countdown' = Replace the countdown all together.) The shortcode would looks something like:
      [tminus t="2012-09-26 19:30:00" omitweeks="true" launchtarget="below"]Finished[/tminus]
    • Finally (and this is important) the jQuery library is being inserted in your template three times causing a JavaScript error. This is because either you have jQuery being manually loaded in your header.php file (you will want to remove that) or jQuery is being manually inserted from one of your active plugins. Try turning off all plugins except T(-) Countdown, and see if it works. If so, then turn each plugin on, one by one, until it breaks. Let us know which plugin is causing the problem and we will try and help you fix it.

    Also, it seems the css files are not being loaded. Does your theme's header.php file include head() anywhere? Very strange. If you are not confortable editing php files, let us know and we can try and be more specific as to how you can fix your template.

    Good luck!

  5. Baden
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Did you get this issue fixed?

  6. Baden
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Guess so. Marked as resolved.

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