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How can I place multiple countdown timers on one page? Article rated 3.5/5.0
There are two options for displaying multiple timers on a single page, with each timer counting down to a different time.  The first, and simplest, is to use iframes (See Option 1 below.). ...
The timer displays "NaN" (Not a Number) instead of the numbers. Article rated 3.5/5.0
The countdown timer will display "NaN" if the hour is set to 24 or minute is set to 60; the hour should range from 0 to 23 and minute should range from 0 to 59. Midnight would be noted as hour 0, minu...
Numbers are not showing up in the timer. Article rated 3.4/5.0
It is possible that the numbers are not showing up because the script for the timer is not loading due to either not having placed onload="countdown(year,month,day,hour,minute);" in the <body>...
I don't have access to the <body> tag in which to put the onload event. Article rated 3.6/5.0
An alternative to creating an onload event in the <body> tag is to place the script for the timer after the HTML code that places the timer on your page (within the body section instea...
 
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