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  1. @Barand Yes, that should be columns. I will edit it. Thanks.
  2. Hi @Barand, Actually, there's no base time. I just want my timer to count up then it stops when I click the stop button.
  3. Instead of $myQuery = "SELECT * FROM users"; try to put the name of the columns in your query, like this; $myQuery = "SELECT id, name, username, email, password, phone, join_date FROM users"; Let me know if it works.
  4. I am using a countdown timer I've found in google, I just modify some line of codes to make the timer to count up instead of counting down and I want it to not reset if the page is refresh or the browser is restart. From what I know I need to use cookies for this but I don't know how to incorporate it to my code. Here's the code. <html> <html> <head> <title>Timer</title> <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.11.0.min.js"></script> </head> <body> <span id="countup">00:00:00</span> </body> </html> <script type="text/javascript"> (function(){ $(document).ready(function() { var time = "00:00:00", parts = time.split(':'), hours = +parts[0], minutes = +parts[1], seconds = +parts[2], span = $('#countup'); function correctNum(num) { return (num<10)? ("0"+num):num; } var timer = setInterval(function(){ seconds++; if(seconds > 59) { minutes++; seconds = 0; if(minutes > 59) { hours++; seconds = 0; minutes = 0; if(hours >= 24) { alert("timer finished"); } } } span.text(correctNum(hours) + ":" + correctNum(minutes) + ":" + correctNum(seconds)); }, 1000); }); })() </script>
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