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  1. I have this js code that works great. Now the new option I would like to add is the "days". Right now it's only based on hours, mins, seconds. Can you show me how you would add the "days" option to it? function Timer(container, timeLeft) { // get hour, minute and second element using jQuery selector var hoursContainer = $(container).find('.hour'); var minsContainer = $(container).find('.min'); var secsContainer = $(container).find('.sec'); // hold time left var currentTimeLeft = timeLeft; // 1 second = 1000 ms var secondsForTimer = 1000; // hold ID value return by setInterval() var timerInterval; // call setInteval() only when timeLeft is greater than 0 if (currentTimeLeft == 0) { return; } else { //Call setInterval()function and store ID value to timerInterval. timerInterval = setInterval(countdown, secondsForTimer); } //function being passed to setInterval() function countdown() { currentTimeLeft = parseInt(currentTimeLeft - secondsForTimer); if (currentTimeLeft == 0) { //stop calling countdown function by calling clearInterval() clearInterval(timerInterval); return; } else { //calculate hours left var wholeSeconds = parseInt(currentTimeLeft / 1000,10); var wholeMinutes = parseInt(currentTimeLeft / 60000,10); var wholeHours = parseInt(wholeMinutes / 60,10); //calculate minutes left var minutes = parseInt(wholeMinutes % 60,10); //calculate seconds left var seconds = parseInt(wholeSeconds % 60,10); //prefix 0 to hour, min and second counter $(hoursContainer).text((wholeHours < 10 ? "0" : "") + wholeHours + (wholeHours <=0 ? " hr" : " hrs")); $(minsContainer).text((minutes < 10 ? "0" : "") + minutes + (minutes <=0 ? " min" : " mins")); $(secsContainer).text((seconds < 10 ? "0" : "") + seconds + (seconds <=0 ? " sec" : " secs")); } } } Thanks.
  2. I am trying to create a full Scoreboard like the on the EPSN website. (The Red bar that shows the daily scores). So i created a DB called "scoreDB" I have like 30 sample scores in there. What i want to create is a set of DIVS that will display the scores from the DB entries and refresh the scores every 10 seconds or so. Righ now i can display the last score entered from the DB. But i can't make it change automaticly. So I started to think and I creted a Java scrip timer(see below) My Issue i cant figure out how to make it work Button line i want a divs that will diplay one score at a time and refresh every 10 seconds or so and display the next available record until it shows the last 10 and start diplaying the laters entry again. I will love to hear your sugestions or soluctions. One DIV Sample below <div class="score1" id="score1"> <?php mysql_select_db(scoredb) or die ("Couldn't not find DB"); $query = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM results ORDER BY IDResults DESC 1 "); while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($query)) { $player1 = $row ["Player1"]; $score1 = $row ["Score1"]; $player2 = $row ["Player2"]; $score2 = $row ["Score2"]; echo $player1" . " " . $scr1 . " " . " " . " - " . " " . $player2" . " " . $scr2 ; } ?> </div> <br></br> <script type="text/javascript" src="jQuery.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> function countDown(secs, elem){ var element = document.getElementById(elem); element.innerHTML = "Please wait for "+secs+" seconds"; if(secs <1){ clearTimeout(timer); element.innerHTML = '<h2>Tournament is now Open!</h2>'; element.innerHTML += '<a href="#"> Click here now</a>'; } secs--; var timer = setTimeout('countDown('+secs+',"'+elem+'")',1000); } </script> <div id="status"></div> <script type="text/javascript"> countDown(10,"status");</script> <p></p>
  3. Hi I need some help with php coding, i am a absolute beginner and basically i run a game (mafia-donz.com) when users try to steal cars or commit cars most of the time they go to jail so can you change the percentage so you rarely get caught commiting crimes such as stealing cars. i need a really trusted coder. Thanks
  4. Hi Everyone I need some help with php coding, i am a absolute beginner and basically i run a game (mafia-donz.com) when users try to steal cars or commit cars most of the time they go to jail so i want to lower the % so it could be fair. Thanks For The Help
  5. I have 6 timers all running of a php page ranging from 15seconds to 6minutes. However you need to refresh the page to watch it countdown. I would like to set these up to do it so they all run down without having to keep leaving the page bur it showing up a message when the timer runs out.
  6. I am retriving records from mysql database that has expiry time limit. The time in the database is saved in "minutes". So for one hour, it'll be "3600" minutes. That's all fine. Now what I am trying to do is create a countdown clock using Javascript/jquery and I have ran into a bit of a problem. 1. I am retriving multiple records from the database that all have a countdown timer. Currently, it's only taking the time value of the first record and using that for all the records. I would like to know how I can make it so that each record will have it's own countdown timer value? 2. Everytime I refresh a page, it will reset the timer. How can I fix this? Here's my code. <?php foreach($rows as $row) { $get_expiry_time = $row['expiry_time']; <div class="record"> <div class="timer"> </div> </div> } ?> <script> $(document).ready(function(){ var countDownTime = <?php echo $get_expiry_time; ?>; function countDownTimer() { var hours = parseInt( countDownTime / 3600 ) % 24; var minutes = parseInt( countDownTime / 60 ) % 60; var seconds = countDownTime % 60; var result = (hours < 10 ? "0" + hours : hours) + ":" + (minutes < 10 ? "0" + minutes : minutes) + ":" + (seconds < 10 ? "0" + seconds : seconds); $('.timer').html(result); if(countDownTime == 0 ){ countDownTime = 60*60*60; } countDownTime = countDownTime - 1; setTimeout(function(){ countDownTimer() }, 1000); } countDownTimer(); }); </script>
  7. 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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