Javascript (JS) Files and HTML with File Manager

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I am trying to get a countdown timer running on my website. I have a .js file and images which live in file manager under a countdown folder. So JS file is in Countdown and images in Countdown/Images. These images are of numbers used in the countdown timer.

I have created a small HTML widget and added the countdown HTML code which calls the JS file.
When I save the code all I get is the HTML text and nothing else.

I am a Silver Member.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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Hello Zia,

If you like you can post the code here and it can be examined to see if there is any apparent issue with the codes and files.
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The code is an example downloaded from this site:

Below is the example JS and HTML I am using:

I am testing the Yola functionality out and there doesn't seem to be any guidence
// Usage:
// var test = new Countdown({time:15});

var CountdownImageFolder = "";
var CountdownImageBasename = "flipper";
var CountdownImageExt = "png";
var CountdownImagePhysicalWidth = 41;
var CountdownImagePhysicalHeight = 60;

var CountdownWidth = 200;
var CountdownHeight = 30;

var CountdownLabels = {
second : "SECONDS",
minute : "MINUTES",
hour : "HOURS",
day : "DAYS",
month : "MONTHS",
year : "YEARS"

var CountdownInterval = 76;



Countdown Examples 2

<!-- =========================================================== -->
When using more than one Countdown,
we recommend placing a reference
to the script once in HEAD -->
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Example 1 (flip clock)

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