How To Add Timer Before Downloading on Blogger Website? - Smashers Hub

Welcome to our blog Smashers Hub; in this article today, we will tell you an interesting thing. Your earnings may now double by Google Adsense, So let's know how to add a timer and earn more money before downloading a URL shortener on blogger.

What is Timer Before Downloading URL Shortener:

You must have seen many such websites with a Timer Before Downloading URL shortener. When you click on the download button, a timer starts here. Some websites keep a timer of 5 seconds to 15 seconds, and There are also some websites where you see a timer of 30 seconds. And even if you don't want to wait so long and after the timer expires. The download link is generated, or the direct download file is opened. That process is called the URL Shortener Timer.

Benefit from Timer Before Downloading URL Shortener:

The biggest advantage in this is that when you go to any website and download anything, it has a timer for a few seconds, so the longer you have to wait, and more bounce rate of the website will be maintained.

If there are ads of Google Adsense in it, then you will get a good impression till you wait, which benefits the website owner a lot.

If you also want to take advantage of this, you have to use a URL shortener timer on your website.

How To Add Timer Before Downloading URL Shortener On Blogger:

  • First, you have to create a page on your website in the name of a URL shortener ( you can download, safe link, etc.)
  • After that, we have given you the script code below, and you have to copy it and paste it.
  • You have to replace it with the URL of whatever file you want to download.
  • After that, you can set the timer for as long as you want.
  • Then you have to publish the page.


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<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on">
var count =
; // Number of remaining seconds.
var counter; // Handle for the countdown event.
function start() {
counter = setInterval(timer, 1000);
function timer() {
// Show the number of remaining seconds on the web page.
var output = document.getElementById("displaySeconds");
output.innerHTML = count;
// Decrease the remaining number of seconds by one.
// Check if the counter has reached zero.
if (count < 0) { // If the counter has reached zero...
// Stop the counter.
// Start the download.
window.location.href = "";
// Start the countdown timer when the page loads.
window.addEventListener("load", start, false);
<br />
Your download will begin in <span id="displaySeconds">
</span> seconds.<br />
<br />

<ahref="">Click here if your download does not begin.</a></div>

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