eme_countdown shows the difference in days between now and the mentioned event.
It uses php datetime diffs in the end, and 24 hours are considered a day. So if in your case the event starts on nov 13 but earlier than 10:44 pm, it will be 3 days (and x hours, y minutes etc …)
For a more correct countdown, you can use placeholders too, see https://www.e-dynamics.be/wordpress/event-formatting/ (search for “DATETIMEDIFF”)
Thanks again for the answer. I used the shortcode on a normal WordPress-page. The placeholders don’t work on these pages.
Certainly there was a reason why the “php datetime” difference was used for this, but since only whole days are displayed as a result, wouldn’t a correct calculation of the day be better?
You can use [eme_event] with a template containing those placeholders 🙂
But I do see your problem … I’ll change it for the next version.
From the changelog:
eme_countdown shortcode now shows the difference in days, not taking the hour into account