nilz_w saidSo you feel the developers are hijacking scripts and re-using them here?
dekciw saidHm, didn’t know that was the feedburner logo. I was just looking for a placeholder logo and found this released under CC. I should remove it then.
Also, feedburner logo?beetlesales saidThat is exactly how every other countdown template here on TF works. Regarding to spacing: This is some kind of true. The lower part is just to squeezed.
Also, it appears you’ve taken a countdown timer script and basically added some graphics to it.. I don’t think TF would appreciate that too well
most of them uses http://keith-wood.name/countdown.html and thats not a secret
This still won’t be accepted. Imo, you got a problem with too heavy borders/shadows and spacing.
Also, feedburner logo?
Yeah, riping the design in the way you did.. ridiculous.
What do you do wrong? Hmm, I guess, not reading the documentation and randomly trying to put randomly named logo file in a random folder.. Yeah, right..
Awesome! Perfect tool for skinning Thanks, man!
So just pass an int value (lets say $intval = 1) to that recursive function. Everytime before you call it inside just do $intval++ and you should get seperators count easily
Since it’s also 2AM where I live, please don’t blame me if I suggest you nonsenses Gonna go get some sleep now, gn!
That code I’ve provided was just a simple solution to your exact given situation. To get that working with n-level subs, code should be tweaked a bit more adding recursion etc. Nevermind, LCweb done a great job, providing you with that code snippet!
P.S. Screenshot looks photoshopped. just kidding