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How to create a dynamic countdown using HTML and JavaScript?

in HTML & JavaScript on March 14, 2021

Using simple HTML input tag, we can add a date and a time picker. Let’s start with that first.

In the code above, I have added a simple date and a time picker with default time and a range of dates. You set the attributes as per your needs.

I have also added a simple p tag to display the countdown and a button to trigger the countdown.

Let’s change the look and feel the way we want. I haven’t added a whole lot style. Here’s a simple style I used.

Let’s create the function in JavaScript.

Here’s the dynamic countdown ready:

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