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  • Plugin Author dpereyra



    The issue seems to be that you are not specifying the hour in the expiration date.

    Hi, I did choose a date and next to it set that to 12 – is there something else to do?

    I appreciate the assistance

    Please disregard, I found the mistake I was making and corrected it.

    Thank you

    I sure wish you would have shared. I love this thing but uuuughgggh!!! Man on the timer widget page it says “Introduce the “Days” word translation”. Ok? This is a lost cause. I tried putting in numbers. I tried putting in Days, “Days”, Dios, 12. Why are they even there? Under the circles it says days, hours, minutes, seconds? There is a calendar to select the time to count down to. So what is it that we are supposed to put in these fields?

    BuddahBoy I sure wish you would share your insight.

    Also what is twitter name? @ or just the name? Mine will not work no matter what I put in there. If I had clarification I would consider the pro, serious as I have well over 100 sites that are all active but not when you can’t make common sense out of it. Help us out here please.


    Sorry but I give up on this one. Leave them blank they still say days, hours minutes? Why have them there? What controls it? Bottom line there is no numbers in boxes or circles depending on theme and a date, hour and minute were selected from the drop down. A “eg: do this” might have been useful. Lots of potential but it’s like half finished to me. Part of a project is creating proper “readme.txt” or having thorough installation instructions.

    This is just feedback. Good luck!

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