‘not-paid’: The JavaScript Project That Exacts Revenge.

Lots of times, when you build sites and applications for people over-seas, you come across people who like the work, but they don’t want to pay.

They see the site is up, and that it looks nice now, so not paying is a tempting choice for some purchasers.

Apparently though, it happened so often, that one developer thought it was worth the time to code a solution.

Dragoi Ciprian made a small Open Source JavaScript application to blur out the site in question based on a clock. So if you set the clock to 60 days, with each day that passed without payment, the site would become less and less visible.

The application can be found at this link.

Some screenshots below with the timers captioned will give you an idea of what it looks like on a live site.

Countdown Started: 2019-02-12
Countdown Ends: 2019-03-04 (60 days)
Time Elapsed: 1 day.

Countdown Starts: 2019-01-10
Countdown Ends: 2019-3-11 (60 days)

Time Elapsed: 33 days
Countdown Starts: 2018-12-01
Countdown Ends: 2019-02-11 (60 days)
Time Elapsed: 63 days

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