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  • I am having a similar issue. I want the “minutes” to stay on the same line as the days and hours…

    http://fusefamily.com/

    Thanks!

    Good day to everyone,
    the problem is probably related to the container of the countdown.
    The id of the div is #ujiCountdown so you should increase the width of this div to make all the elements staying on the same line.
    In the free version of Uji Countdown isn’t possible to customize the style in a deep way, so you need to modify it directly from the Plugin editor.

    I hope I helped. Let me know if you need support 🙂

    Have a nice day !

    I apologize to pressing further, but I’m not entirely certain where to find that Div. Being a rookie, could I have more detailed instructions?

    Also, if it helps, the site is http://www.fmmf.us

    Also, it’s odd: the timer goes to how it should ONLY on the :01 second mark, then immediately messes up again.

    Thanks for any/all help!

    Hi there,
    it’s simpler for me to write the code than to explain you how to do it 😉
    Can you send me a pm on info(at)stefanocavaliere.it ? I will try to help you as I can

    FoxMulder84 – would you mind helping me with a similar problem dealing with the seconds moving down to a 2nd and 3rd line. I sent you an email regarding this as you suggested above.

    Thanks!

    Hello,

    I am having the same issue. Seconds on the 2nd line. When I go in to the Plugin editor I can’t find anything relating to sizes, am I missing it or is there a line of code I have to put in myself? I’m new to the Plugin editor so I wouldn’t know where or what to write to make the counter box size width longer. Hopefully that makes sense?

    My site is like this: http://seibuehn.lu/

    Thanks for any help 🙂

    Hello everybody,
    since I got many requests on this forum and on my personal e-mail, I would like to link the modified file in a file hosting.
    What do you think about it ?

    Let me know !

    I think that sounds like a good idea, would be very helpful.

    Thanks!

    @foxmulder84 Yes that would be great … I have the same problem

    Yes – that would be very helpful if you were to link the modified file in a file hosting.

    Hi there,
    I tried the following and it worked for me.

    1. Go to the plugin folder – wp-content/plugins/uji-countdown/js

    2. Open the file – countdown.js

    3. Go to line 44, you will see
    jQuery("#ujiCountdown").css({"width": (jQuery("#ujiCountdown").width()+5)+"px", "padding-left": "10px", "display": "block"});

    4. Replace 5 with a higher number say 50.

    Save and thats it.

    You can check out the countdown timer working perfectly here
    iihealthexpo.com

    Great, worked for me.

    Thanks very much!

    Thank you so so so MUCH!!!! BPITHAWALA!!!

    Can we get this fixed in the download, version so us new users don’t have to get annoyed at it not working then look for fix, to find there is one (hurray!) but developer had not fixed the live version

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