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I have been using the iGoogle start-page for a long time, but I realized that the only thing I find useful is the widget for countdowns.

The countdowns are used to display time until deadlines, and I usually never have more than two or three at a time, and they usually start months in advance. Having it in the cloud vs just using a regular locally stored HTML file is a big selling-point for me since I use several different computers daily.

The layout of http://myfav.es is really nice, and I'm looking for something similar that features customizable countdowns.

Does it exist?

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Could you provide a link to the widget you mention so that people understand what features you are looking for? – Senseful Oct 18 '10 at 22:17

You can use some jQuery plugins like this one: http://tenseveninteractive.com/content/jquery-countdown-background-and-overlay

or this one: http://www.littlewebthings.com/2010/02/jquery-countdown-script/

or this one (but then you'll have to design it a little): http://keith-wood.name/countdown.html

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A very cool countdown is at Flashtopia. I think it's done in 100% JavaScript.

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This actually uses the littlewebthings counter that @Chouchenos found. – BenV Oct 22 '10 at 19:49
    
While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. – Dez Oct 23 '12 at 0:49

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