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  • NuclearMoose
    Member

    @nuclearmoose

    So-gal,
    I recently had a weather thingy on my site from The Weather Network (a Canadian site) where I simply got a snippet of code and stuck that into the sidebar menu. It was simple and easy to do.
    That being said, it did rely on JavaScript, so therefore there is all the issues surrounding that. Online weather seems to be an easy service to consume, based on some articles I have been reading. Now, if only I knew something about PHP I would be laughing! 🙂
    Craig.

    I’ve played around with
    http://www.1976design.com/blog/“>Dunstan Orchard’sM php script, but haven’t implemented it yet. I’ve only done a test page that outputs the current temp and a little weather icon (cloudy, rainy, sunny, etc.) I plan to do something similar to Dunstan’s weatherific banner, but with photographs taken in and about town.
    Once I get it done, I’ll post something here…

    I’ve had good luck with PHP Weather.

    southerngal
    Member

    @southerngal

    Thanks Cedar, I will have to play with that. 🙂

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