Support » Plugins » [Plugin: WP-Forecast] Entering PHP into file results in a blank page

  • Resolved triplemoons

    (@triplemoons)


    In the read me file it states to enter

    <ul>
    	     <li>
    	    	    <?php if(function_exists(wp_forecast)) {
    	    	    wp_forecast( <widget_id> );
    	    	    } ?>
    	    </li>
     </ul>

    where I want the data to show up. After I do this and upload, I got a blank page. Anyone else have this problem with this plugin and know of a solution? Or is their an alternative plugin that will show a specified areas weather?

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  • WP-Weather is the solution. It has some very ugly images that I had to hide, but it actually works.

    high triplemoons,

    you have to replace <widget-id> with “A” for your first weather location, “B” for your second weather location,…

    further problems?
    hans

    I put the wp-weather plug in into my wordpress blog. I dragged it into the sidebar and it showed up with out any information. How do I format this for my area?

    hello createenvy,
    can you give me the name of your theme please, so I can try to rebuild this problem on my testsite.

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