I have basic JS knowledge. I am trying to organize a JS timer which counts down to a specific date. After the target date is meet the timer starts to count up. Can someone point me to a JS sample which executes this count-down+target-date+then-count-up theme?
I know how to do a regular word count where it splits at the " ", but is there a way to split it at " " and " " [space and double space] in the same code so it accounts for people that double space also?
I want to add simple countdown timer for 30 sec 0r 60 sec,the time will display on the page to the users with countdown, if user is not respond with in this time, the page will be automatically redirects to the specified page.
I have the following code and it works fine for displaying the total amount of days + hours + minutes and seconds from a past date but I'm looking to extend the script to display the number of years, months (in 1 to 11 format), days (in less then year format). I need a code that can keep in that months have different number of days and also consider leap years....
I am in need of a functionality for a system where in there PHP mysql system having a table bid which has columns(bid_product, "createtime")basically if the user does not bid for the product within 20 hours the bid will close for this i need to display a timer which keeps counting till 20 + hours of the create time, After a long search for timers i finally found a .Js which would work just fine for static values within the .js script when i tried to pass values from my database the timer does not change on itself but each time i have to refresh to check the time left.
how can you count something. I have A tags in a div. I want to count specific ones. the list is the order the client made. so I might name or id each a tag. but how can I count those tags. For instance lets say I got an a tag named apple. another named pineapple. I got 8 of each. how can I write jquery code to just look inside this div and count only the a tags named apple.?
I have a table that has multiple subtables built into it, I need to get a count of the number of rows only on the main table, I tried using document.getElementById('tableID').rows.length but that returns 91 rows (its reading all the subtables), the main table is built from a cold fusion page so the length of the table varies depending on your selection.
I have 2 combo boxes where you can move the items in combo box 1 to combo box 2. I want to validate that combo box 2 actually has something moved to it. How can I count the items in combo box 2. Combo box 2 will initially have no items in the box on page load. It is up to the user to move the items to combo box 2 and I want to make sure at least 1 item was moved.
I'm trying to make a countdown timer, it works fine if I define the value myself from where it has to start. However, when I try to take output from the user it says undefined and 'Nan'.Basically my problem is that if I give c a value like c = 30. it works fine. But when I try to take the input , it gives an undefined error.
I have a foreach loop that displays survey testimonials. The user is allowed to pick only 5 testimonials. Is there an easy way to disable the rest of the checkboxes once the selected item is 5? I was trying this in jquery but this is not doing anything.