webCountdown for your website!
You need a countdown for your homepage? No problem! You can easiliy add your webCountdown to your website. Just add the HTML code futher down to your website or post it on your blog as html.
Your countdown widget (preview)
The original countdown used in this example you can find here:
Create a countdown with your date on the webCountdown welcome page (go to welcome page)
Important: Set a timezone for your countdown !
Write down your alias (7 character combination) from your public link.
Example: Your public link is www.webcountdown.net/?a=OJHgUnz then OJHgUnz is your alias.
Remark: You can find the public link to your countdown on your countdown page under "Link" (in the upper right corner).
Enter your alias in this text field and click on the "change HTML" button to change the HTML code automatically
Replace YOURALIAS manually with the alias from your countdown. The example from above would be [...] class="OJHgUn" [...]
Enter your countdown alias here:
Copy the following HTML code to your website.
Consider setting a timezone for your countdown (see right column on top of this page for more information)
ALTERNATIVE - as <IFRAME>
If you have problems with the HTML code above, you can try this alternative.
Important: Set a timezone!
For your countdown to end at the same moment all over the world, a timezone has to be set in the countdown settings. Otherwise the remaining time will depend on the visitor's local time.
Customize your countdown
1. The countdown title and the design depend on the original countdown. Except that a background image or a special designs cannot be displayed.
2. To change the countdown design, change the settings of your original countdown. This is still possible if the countdown is already embedded on your website.
3. You can add a webCountdown to your website, even if you are not the one who has created the countdown.
4. The size of the countdown box on your website is 360 pixel x 116 pixel.