Thank you very much!
Great countdown, glws ben!
Thank you very much.
The countdown doesn’t seem to show up in internet explorer. Just a blank area. No numbers appear. I tried in IE8 and IE9 . Same result.
It was actually an issue with a form element I replaced. For some reason it knocked the counter out. Not sure why. didn’t make sense but it had to do with the label field. Fixed it. Thank you.
Hi. It does not link to the font kit nevis-webfont.zip file. Where can I get this?
Hi, thanks for purchasing my work.
That is odd, please find the font kit here: designedbyben.com/minimalistpro/nevis-webfont.zip
Thanks for the quick reply.
How can I get the twitter link at the bottom to be clickable ? http://ablmediaproductions.com Thanks.
Sorry that looks like a slight bug which has slipped in but it is easily fixed, if you are familiar with CSS , within style.css please find #subscribe and remove “padding-bottom:50px;”
That will then allow your twitter links to be clickable.
I have also updated the download from themeforest so future downloads will not have this bug.
Ben, it is easy enough to change the background to a custom image?
Yes, the included Documentation explains exactly how to do this. You just need to open style.css and change the background url to your image.
How do i let it count up?
Is that possible?
Yes this is possible, it is easier for me to give you the code by email, could you send me a quick email to email@example.com so I can help you.
hey, does the timer support years too?
Yes, the time does support years and this is easy to add just send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you the code which is just a few lines. However the timer only supports 4 different blocks on the page, so currently this is “days, hours, minutes, seconds” but it could be any four such as “years, days, hours, seconds”.
I’ve copied the div section “email_wrap” to a maintenance page (I bought this template just for the subscribe email part ) and added at the top the 3 scripts : ‘placeholder’, ‘subscribe’ and ‘form’ with associated css. (and I copied the php folder and changed the email address in settings.php). Oh and I’m using a .php file and not a .html file.
I'm having an issue with the subscribe email function. When I type in email address, a message pops up and says the "There was an error sending your email, please try again", but I do get the emails.
Could you email me a link to your site so I can take a look for you, email email@example.com
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