Hi there, i would like to embed a countdown clock in Confluence (<iframe width="350" height="180" src="https://w2.countingdownto.com/2173055" frameborder="0"></iframe>) but i don´t know how to do it. Can you let me know if thta's posible and how?
You'll see the date between iso and T0 and the time after the T0
Simply set the date to the desired date and embed on the page using an iFrame.
Could you please share the exact steps to embed... I am familiar with Editing Confluence page --> Source Editing page...
I tried to embed the iFrame sring in the page but confluence filter it out... if you could show me the exact steps would be super helpful.
If you also have Jira (server) you could use our app Great Gadgets for Jira Server. It offers a countdown gadget, which can be imported as external gadget in Confluence and then added to pages.
It has an option to exclude weekends, if want to count only the working days.
Fore more details, take a look here: https://bitbucket.org/StonikByte/great-gadgets-add-on/wiki/Home#!countdown-gadget
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