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    Months, Days, Seconds Countdown

    Hey,
    I want to countdown to February 26th here in months, day and seconds (if possible, I'd like a constantly updating seconds clock). I'd like it to be text, not a form. I know no JavaScript (never got to reading the ~1500-page Wrox manual). If someone could provide me with a script, that'd be wonderful

    Thanks!

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    Send me $450 to my PayPal account, and I'll get started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7stud
    Send me $450 to my PayPal account, and I'll get started.
    Uhh... can't this be done with a simple JavaScript? The numbers don't need to scroll through the miliseconds. Just one of those months > days > seconds timers - but one that keeps on going before reloading.

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    Uhh... can't this be done with a simple JavaScript?
    Well all that matters is whether or not you can do it. Personally, I don't do web programming for a client for free, and since I don't see any specific question about a script you wrote, I can only assume you are a client looking for a programmer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7stud
    Send me $450 to my PayPal account, and I'll get started.
    Dont listen to him skyraider, i'll do it for $550

    No seriously though, this forum is to help people with their javascript problems so if you have some code post it else you will have to find some free code online you can use or hire someone. That's how it works. gl



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    I'm not looking for someone to write any code. Just looking for a Javascript that does what I want - can't seem to find such a thing anywhere.

    Thanks.


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