[BETA] Simple Weather Mod

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Re: [BETA] Simple Weather Mod

Post by daveb86 » Sun Jul 15, 2012 11:05 am

Hello Keith

Ive installed the mod but the weather is unavailable but maybe ive done something wrong somewhere

http://www.boltonlive.co.uk/forum/weather.php

I currently live in Bolton, Lancashire UK

City: Bolton , State: UK

Would that be correct ?
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Re: [BETA] Simple Weather Mod

Post by keith10456 » Mon Jul 16, 2012 1:40 am

The weather link in the mod instructions is for US only. Sorry (out of my control) :cry:

However, you can use the code from the Weather.com and it will work.

Install the mod the same way, except instead of using the code from the link in the mod instructions, use the code from weather.com ;)

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Re: [BETA] Simple Weather Mod

Post by daveb86 » Mon Jul 16, 2012 3:18 pm

keith10456 wrote:The weather link in the mod instructions is for US only. Sorry (out of my control) :cry:

However, you can use the code from the Weather.com and it will work.

Install the mod the same way, except instead of using the code from the link in the mod instructions, use the code from weather.com ;)
Thanks for the reply Keith

Yeah i got the same reply when i mailed the hosts

But instead of using Weather.com, I have gone for the met office code :)
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Re: [BETA] Simple Weather Mod

Post by keith10456 » Mon Jul 16, 2012 3:34 pm

daveb86 wrote:
keith10456 wrote:The weather link in the mod instructions is for US only. Sorry (out of my control) :cry:

However, you can use the code from the Weather.com and it will work.

Install the mod the same way, except instead of using the code from the link in the mod instructions, use the code from weather.com ;)
Thanks for the reply Keith

Yeah i got the same reply when i mailed the hosts

But instead of using Weather.com, I have gone for the met office code :)
Please provide the link to the met office code you're referring to.

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Re: [BETA] Simple Weather Mod

Post by daveb86 » Mon Jul 16, 2012 4:15 pm

Click this url > http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/pws/components/

They seem to have a probem with the page widths you may have to scroll down to see what should be at top of the page :)

You can see it in action on my forum > http://www.boltonlive.co.uk/forum/weather.php
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Re: [BETA] Simple Weather Mod

Post by DennyW » Sun Jan 11, 2015 4:10 pm

Been doing a lot of looking, and finally, I ran across this simple on, you can change size, and add it where ever you want to. Do final adjustment using your editor. I was looking for an English version. ;)
Here's a screen shot where I have put it in my portal area, where I wanted it. I'm using the latest version of subsilver2. But it really doesn't matter, as long as you can do some html edits, and load to your server. Just thought I would mention this. This is a flash, so the cars do move, along with the clouds... :lol:

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Re: [BETA] Simple Weather Mod

Post by keith10456 » Mon Sep 07, 2015 6:16 pm

Just an FYI that the download link was updated.

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