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Shipping Count Down Clock


pofike

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Hello,

 

It would be great that somebody will help me.

 

I am new in this but I am trying to create a count down shipping clock for my online shop where it will say something like that "Order in the next 2 hours 49 minutes and to ship tomorrow". And I almost made it working. It works on all the days except on Saturday. Please, tell me where did I made a mistake or am I missing something to make it work perfectly. I believe it that it could be done simpler but....

 

This is the code:

 

 

<head>

 

<script type="text/javascript">

function ord()

{

var h_r = 3;

 

var dd = new Date();

 

var ti_h = dd.getHours();

 

var ti_m = dd.getMinutes();

 

dd.setDate (dd.getDate() + 1)

 

var tz = -dd.getTimezoneOffset()/60;

 

var weekday=new Array(7);

weekday[0]="<strong>SUNDAY<\strong>";

weekday[1]="<strong>MONDAY<\strong>";

weekday[2]="<strong>TUESDAY<\strong>";

weekday[3]="<strong>WEDNESDAY<\strong>";

weekday[4]="<strong>THURSDAY<\strong>";

weekday[5]="<strong>FRIDAY<\strong>";

weekday[6]="<strong>SATURDAY<\strong>";

 

if (ti_h = - 4 - tz + ti_h)

{

 

 

if(ti_h > h_r)

{

 

var di_t_h = ti_h - h_r;

 

var di_t_mi = 60 - ti_m;

 

var h = 11 - di_t_h;

 

var mi = di_t_mi;

 

var mess = h + " hours "

var mess1 = mi+" minutes ";

 

}

 

}

 

{if (mess < 0 + " hours ")

{if (weekday[dd.getDay() + 1] != 0)

 

document.write("Order <strong>NOW</strong> to ship on " + weekday[dd.getDay() + 1] );

 

 

else {document.write("Order <strong>NOW</strong> and your order will be shipped on <strong>MONDAY<\strong>");

 

}}

 

else {

 

var da = dd.getDay();

 

//var da = document.getElementById("da").value;

 

switch(da)

{

case 1:

case 2:

case 3:

case 4:

case 5:

document.write("Order in the next <br>");

 

document.write(mess.fontsize(3) );

document.write(mess1.fontsize(3)+ "<br>");

document.write(" for shipping <br> TOMORROW: <br>");

 

document.write(dd.toLocaleDateString()+ ".");

 

break;

case 6:

case 7:

document.write("Order <strong>NOW</strong> and your order will be shipped on Monday");

}

}

}

}

ord();

 

</script>

 

</head>

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