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Meteohub

Description

This plugin lets you show the data from Meteohub all-sensors.txt file easily in the content of your website using shorttags.

For example:
Temperature: [meteohub sensor=’actual_th1_temp_c’]°C
Max windspeed: [meteohub sensor=’alltime_wind0_maxspeeddir_nl’] [meteohub sensor=’alltime_wind0_gustspeedmax_bft’] bft ([meteohub sensor=’alltime_wind0_gustspeedmax_kmh’]) on [meteohub sensor=’alltime_wind0_gustspeedmax_time’]

will result in:

Temperature: 9°C
Max windspeed: NNW 12.4 bft (130.3 km/h) on 28-10-2013 at 12:31

The plugin automatically rewrites the date and time according to your WordPress time and date settings, and trend values get rewritten to arrow images.

I am in no way, shape or form affiliated with Meteohub and do not in any way profit from commissions or referrals to them.

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  • The usage.
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Installation

  1. Upload meteohub.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Navigate to the plugin settings and enter the meteohub all-sensors.txt file path or URL.

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Contributors & Developers

“Meteohub” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.2

  • Fixed a bug displaying the trend arrows incorrectly.
  • Fixed a bug displaying date/time wrong.

1.1

  • Added backward compatibility with the old Meteodata plugin. The meteodata tag is now treated like the meteohub tag.

1.0

  • Initial release.