hi i have call ajax in other page like this

<script type="text/javascript">

    // Refreshing the DIV FANBOO2

    function refreshdiv_fanboo2(){

    // Customise those settings

    var seconds = 1;
    var divid = "fanboo2";
    var url = "http://pickthefights.com/fanboo2/?id=<?php echo $idvar ?>";

    // Create xmlHttp

    var xmlHttp_two = AJAX();

    // No cache

    var timestamp = fetch_unix_timestamp();
    var nocacheurl = url+"?t="+timestamp;

    // The code...


    // Start the refreshing process

    window.onload = function startrefresh(){


here is code from which i call

<script type="text/javascript">
<div name="fanboo2" id="fanboo2"></div>

now i want to run this javascript in this page

<SCRIPT language="JavaScript" SRC="<?php bloginfo('template_directory'); ?>/countdown.php?timezone=Asia/Kuala_Lumpur&countto=2020-01-01 00:00:00&do=t&data=WAWASAN 2020"></SCRIPT>

but this script is not working in ajax page this script is working in others please help me as soon as possible

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Are you sure that var url is correct?

yes it is correct, it is not working can u tell me why, and other html and php code is working.

The URL you are getting from nocacheurl will look like below:


I assumed your implementation of fetch_unix_timestamp() returns unix timestamp as in mysql

Do you still think your URL is correct?

can u tell me where i can edit link. and i want to make count down from unix timestamp and want to use php, mysql and js can u tell me what is best way to do.

count down is not working in first link

Count downs are working in both pages for me

i have 2 count down one, wait check now i remove one count down

Still each link has a count down.. What is the issue you are having?

you are not login i think, i have remove login function check, now i think it will work there, countdown is working in one page not in other page

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