WP World Weather Online displays a Weather Widget in your sidebar or on single pages/posts
- show today’s weather
- show weather forecast for next 3 days
- choose between Celsius or Fahrenheit
- choose different color themes
- supports shortcodes for single pages or posts
- comes with predefined CSS style if themes are not enough for you
- valid XHTML output
In this version some small bugs have been removed plus some functionality added.
Copyright 2014 by Alex Kalinovski
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- Get World Weather Online service API key here http://www.worldweatheronline.com/free-weather.aspx
- Unzip and upload files the files to /wp-content/plugins/wp-world-weather-online/
- Activate the plugin
- Go to Themes > Widgets and drag WP World Weather Online widget to your sidebar
- Specify title, city, API key, temperature as Celsius or Fahrenheit
- decide whether it should display only today’s weather or also a 3 day forecast
To add the widget to posts and pages use the shortcode [wp_world_weather_online].
Example: [wp_world_weather_online city=”kiev” temperature=”c” forecast=”1″ api_key=”your api key”]
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