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  • I’m not sure how to add the colors for the annual power display

    I have #81d742, #0d2ebf, #c71818 should they just be spaced with out the coma?


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  • Hi,

    It looks good on your website. Can I ask you how you set it up?

    Best regards, Patrik

    Thread Starter NoBullWebSolutions


    In the Annual power display colors: Settings I added the colors as shown below
    #81d742, #0d2ebf, #c71818

    I also use a second solar plug in for the Environmental Benefits shown to the right
    that can be found here

    once you activate them & set your settings it may take a few hours for solar edge to update & show the data.

    Ok, looks awesome! But how do you put the API and Site ID?

    Like that?
    SITE ID: 671091



    Thread Starter NoBullWebSolutions


    like you have it on the second option

    Ok, thanks!

    comments placed as new item

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by jjjlll. Reason: moved comment / question to new item


    Hello Angela,

    I have seen your page “Our Solar Facts”. I am trying to do this for a website I developed for our community. I have used the 2 plugins (wordpress) you are using as well but my results looks different. Maybe the reason is that we have just our solar panels.

    I am not an experienced wordpress developer and php but did you use just the standard php files from wp solar or did you changed them a little bit?

    Thread Starter NoBullWebSolutions


    @pietgolf It can take a while for the results to show once you enter your SolarEdge API keys and Site IDs, to get those you have to have an active SolarEdge account. This video will show you how to get the API keys & site ID

    I hope this helps.

    I didn’t change any code at all in either plugin used.

    Plugin Author Carl


    The plug-in is set to query the API once an hour.


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