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  1. I think a shortcode what you can use everywhere in the page can be good..
    Because now you can use only the countdown in the description of your product.

    and for example, i made a slideshow widget on my page, and i want to slide the countdown, but i cant add the shortcode into the widget bar.

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    • Hey Richard,
      and thanks for your comment. Unfortunately this is very difficult to achieve. Nearly very plugin and theme uses their own filters and I’m not able to test every single plugin and theme :-)
      But: what plugin are you using to create your slideshows? Maybe I can help you out on this…

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      • http://wordpress.org/plugins/slideshow-jquery-image-gallery/
        Hi, i am using this slideshow plugin.

        My some new products “the newest” will be on the slideshow and this products are in 25-75% action.

        The products are sliding with the countdown which show for the people when will be end of the action.

        sry for my bad english.

        One more think. If you can make it for me i can pay of course. Thx!

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  2. I really need to be able to change the color of the shortcoded element countdown bar from red to orange. Isn’t this fairly simply to do? Is there any way I can change the coding to accomplish this?

    Thanks.
    DM

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    • Hey Diego,
      you can do the following:

      1. Go to the product page you want to edit the countdown.
      2. Enter the following in the CSS text-editor:

      #product_countdown {
      background-image: none;
      background-color: orange;
      }

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      • This didn’t seem to do the trick.

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  3. where possible for upcoming updates

    when the countdown ends, a message appears, sorry the offer to complete. Countdown disappears, but the box continues with a new message

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  4. Hello,

    thanks for your great (and affordably priced) plugin!

    One question: in order to activate the countdown I have to enter a sales price – is it possible to avoid this somehow?

    I also want to use the countdown to promote special offers for a limited time, however, their special offer isn’t necessarily related to the price.

    So in order to activate the countdown I have to enter the regular price as a sales price which results in a strikethrough price (which looks a bit strange).

    For example, I want to promote a product which will be no loger available in 10 days but the price will stay the same (regular price).

    I hope I expressed myself properly regarding this issue ;)

    Would it be possible to find a solution for this problem?

    Thanks a lot in advance,

    Matt

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    • Already found a solution myself: you simply need to leave the regular price blank and set is as a sales price instead. This avoids the strikethrough and still activates the countdown. Maybe someone else might find this helpful to know :)

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  5. Hi awesome developers!

    I realize that the plugin don’t work on the homepage which is a bummer. I really need this function because I only sell one product at the time. As you can (not) see at my homepage, there are no counter.. This is very urgent and important for future projects!

    Best regards :)

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    • Hey Jimmy and thanks for your comment. I will note that down for one of the next versions.

      Greetings to you

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      • Hi Flow, thank you for the fast reply! I really appreciate that. :)

        If i may explain further.. The product on the homepage is a shortcode in Woocommerce based on SKU. So I am actually displaying the whole single product page on the homepage – which makes me wondering why the counter doesn’t display on the homepage with all the other informations like “description”, “short description”, “reviews” etc.

        Is there a simple and temporary solution to this issue? Maybe hardcode it until the next version?

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        • Hey Jimmy,
          I’ve just updated the plugin so that it’s now possible to add the countdown even on the home page. Please check out if it works for you. Hint: Go to the settings page and choose product for the home page. Then activate the countdown on this product (set it to ON).

          This was much faster for me than providing an ugly hack (which always will lead to problems).

          If you’ve entered the purchase code on the settings page you should get the update right from your WordPress update page on the backend. If not, please shot me a short email providing your purchase code and I will send it right to you. I’ve also submitted the changes to CodeCanyon but they are a little slow when it comes to previewing updated items. So this will take at least 1 day till it pops up there.

          Hope this helps. And if you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me again.

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          • Hi Flow what is your email account? :)

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  6. DO you think that i can make the counter surround the product image? AS WELL AS show in the product gallery and as a featured product?

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    • Hey Amy,
      pretty hard question. If you’re familiar with PHP, CSS and HTML you can maybe customize the plugin the way you need it.

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  7. Hey, great plugin and design!

    We’re looking for a plugin that can countdown for an estimated delivery time and this comes the closest so far. We just want something like ‘Order within ‘X countdown’ minutes for shipping on ‘X date’.

    Is this something that we could customise based on this script?

    Cheers!

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    • Hey Lee,
      of course you can buy the plugin and customize it the way you like it. But please note that I cannot give support for customized plugins.

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