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As I am new to java scripts, I usually solve thing with trial and error. What I need is a very simple java script for a count down timer, after searching here I found this:

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var page = "[URL]";
//The page to redirect to function getSeconds() {
startTimer (3); // 36 hours
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I modified some stuff, as I defined the font face and size, the color as well, and I added a var to open a certain page when the time is over (as I said before, all these modifications came right with trial and error). So, is that script good? or are there better scripts that do the same job? Any script that does the same functionality of the script I mentioned but instead of showing digits it shows:
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