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11 Best jQuery Countdown Timer Script Plugin Examples/Tutorials

Oct 17, 2012

Here I will explain different type of best jQuery countdown timer or clock script plugin examples.

In previous article I explained 12+ Best jQuery Drag and Drop Plugins,
11+ best jQuery Scroll to top plugins, 9+ JQuery AutoComplete plugins, 6+ JQuery Password Strength Plugins and many articles relating to JQuery, Ajax,, SQL Server etc. Now I will explain different type of available jQuery countdown timer or clock script plugin examples.

jQuery Countdown Timer Script Example in

In many websites we will some timers running and saying that this much time left to launch our new product or this much time you need to wait to download our product like this

Littlewebthings jQuery CountDown Plugin

This plugin will allow us to show beautiful countdown timer running on website

Keith jQuery CountDown Plugin

This countdown functionality can easily be added to a division with appropriate default settings, although you do need to set the target time. You can also remove the countdown widget if it is no longer required.

Making a jQuery Countdown Timer

This jQuery plugin will display a countdown timer. It will show the remaining days, hours, minutes and seconds to your event, as well as an animated updates on every second.


Rendro jQuery CountDown Plugin

Countdown is a jQuery plugin to render countdowns. Instead of unicorns this plugin does not have any magic, but if you like countdowns to be rendered the way you want, this plugin might become your best friend.

KK Countdown jQuery Plugin

Plugin kk countdown counts down to specific dates in the future.

The Final jQuery CountDown

The Final Countdown is plugin that let's you in control where and how you will display the countdown, this mean that the plugin doesn't make any assumption on how the html will be displayed and it's up to you to do it, with the help of our beloved jQuery selectors.

Adding a jQuery Countdown to Our “Coming Soon” Page

To finish off our Coming Soon page let’s now give the countdown timer some functionality. We’re going to use a jQuery plugin which will allow the timer to count down to a given date and time.

Add a Countdown Timer on Your Website

Many times as an online marketer or a product promoter you want to draw a hype to a specific campaign be it a 24 hour sale or days left until free giveaways are over. What better way than to use a nice looking countdown timer to do the job. Let’s bring our friend jQuery into this…

Mccran jQuery CountDown Plugin

I'd previously used a JavaScript script to count down from a now() to a given date to display real time countdown information on screen. I was cleaning up the project it was used on and wondered how easy it would be to push all the 'normal' JavaScript into a JQuery plugin and encapsulate it all into one function call.

Countdown To A Future Date With A jQuery Countdown Timer

I’ve created a new jQuery Plugin that counts down to a specific date in the future. It has a cool animation that scrolls the numbers down instead of just changing the time without an animation. The plugin is pretty easy to use it accepts a few basic options that should give you most of the flexibility that you would need 

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mohanty said...

Dear Suresh,Most of the links in this page is not working.I need the code for "Add a Countdown Timer on Your Website" but unfortunately it is not working. Please upload the working links.

Aleena said...
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Aleena said...

This code is not working, its show error like " Unable to cast object of type 'System.Web.UI.WebControls.DataListItem' to type 'System.Web.UI.WebControls.DataList'."
,Plz fix this anyone

protected void timer1_Tick(object sender, EventArgs e)
TimeSpan ts = new TimeSpan();
foreach(DataList list in DataList1.Items)
Label BDate = list.FindControl("BDate") as Label;
Label countdown = list.FindControl("lblCountdown") as Label;

DateTime time = DateTime.Parse(BDate.ToString());
ts = time - DateTime.Now;
countdown.Text = string.Format("{0}Days {1}Hours {2}Minutes {3}Secound",ts.Days,ts.Hours,ts.Minutes,ts.Seconds);


Aleena said...

Unknown said...

How to decrease height of timer digit?

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