thanks thats almost what i'm looking for. need the page enabled w/ timer at the bottom that enables enter link after 30 seconds.
I meant lock an "enter" link, not the whole page. my mistake nigger.
Easiest way is to create the button, set it as disabled, and have a JS timer that removes the disabled attribute.
Of course, add something in there to let the user know that they need to enable JS, etc... Maybe add a visible timer.
Just what I was looking for, thanks.
How do I make this code display the seconds counting down on the page?
Last edited by ionbladez; 03-16-2012 at 05:08 PM. Reason: quick fix
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please use this name on aim or skype. also i code bots.
Making people wait X number of seconds watching advertisements (instead of filling out surveys and zip submits) before they can access content is a great idea. I wonder if there are any ad networks out there that would be down for something like that?
bitch nigga listen.
i am not making people wait x number of seconds watching advertisements.
what i am doing is going to make me $4,500 dollars which I am going to use to go to a place where I am able to successfully repair my psychological foundation and create a work of art that tells the truth about who I am, what happened, when it happened, how it happened, everyone involved, and a long list of others.
thanks for the code it works perfect. i wish there was a way to do this shit in php or html.
thats fucking bullshit, how could php - one of the best languages and most capable languages out there - not be able to set a fucking timer on a page that disables a link/button until the countdown is finished.
are you fucking telling me that fucking php can't fucking do a fucking timer lock with a button on a link?
also did not mean any disrespect by calling you bitch nigga my nigger.
its how i express love. you know what i'm saying, bro.
so when i say you're a fucking faggot, what i really mean to say is thanks man.
im emotionally scarred man its not my fault im sorry for real.
another quick question,
is there a way to make two check boxes "yes" and "no" with a button that will go to google.com if the "yes" is checked or go to www.aol.com if the "no" is checked? with HTML? I don't want to have to code up a cgi or php function, but there does not appear to be an 'if' or 'then' in html.
nevermind i figured it out.