jqExpire - A jQuery plugin to automatically hide page elements after an 'expiry' date and/or time.

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A jQuery plugin to automatically hide page elements after an 'expiry' date and/or time. Great for pages which have upcoming/ongoing event notices or cut-off times for forms and such.

https://github.com/aalaap/jqExpire

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