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Countdown timer in HTML

 
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You can make an existing countdown

To make your existing countdown, you need to add codes. This blog post shows you an example of taking an existing countdown and adding codes to make it: https://w3schoolweb.com/how-to-make-a-countdown-timer-in-html-code/

You can change at what size you want your countdown to change. But the blog post should give you a great start.

Here’s another similar article: https://w3schoolweb.com/date-time-countdown-timer/
https://w3schoolweb.com/countdown-html-css-js/

More on here: https://w3schoolweb.com/how-to-create-a-javascript-countdown/

This articles will help you : https://w3schoolweb.com/

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