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I have a countdown clock in bidding. When someone bid within 30 secs clock will reset from 30 sec. In my case clock is reset but timezone difference added. So if bid within 30 sec clock counting down 4 hrs , 30 mins , 30 secs.

My code is below----
"cd".$clock_no is the countdown div
var periods = $("#cd". $clock_no."").countdown('getTimes');
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Live Example:[url]


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