T(-) Countdown Control IP Address Tracking

T(-) Countdown Control already has the ability to store a visitors calculated launch time to a cookie. As of version 1.7.7 we have added integration of a new add-on plugin T(-) Countdown Tracking. This new premium plugin adds the ability to save the visitors IP address in the database. More details to follow.

Test using Schedule:

[tminus cid="2022"/]
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Counting Down to Mon, 22nd October, 2018

Test using basic shortcode:

[tminus t="+2 minutes" id="test_counter" track_id="2571" /]
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No Tracking:

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T(-) Countdown Control Duplicate Countdowns

What happens when we display two of the exact same T(-) Countdown Control shortcodes on the same page?

Here is the first countdown:

[tminus cid="2022"]
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Counting Down to Mon, 22nd October, 2018

and Here is the second:

[tminus cid="2022" id="secondcountdown"]
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Counting Down to Mon, 22nd October, 2018

T(-) Countdown Control Omit Weeks

Way to omit weeks from the countdown:

a) Add the omitweeks=”true” attribute to your shortcode (if using a shortcode)
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b) tick the omitweeks box in the widget settings (if using a sidebar widget)

c) tick the omitweeks box in the T(-) Countdown Control options page.

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