March 08, 2004


Here are some fun and useful weather utilities you can easily add to your weblog:

1. Weatherpixie

Weatherpixie is a small bit of javascript code that you can place in your sidebar that generates a graphic showing the local weather. You determine the location for the weather report and choose from a selection of pixie images. Place the javascript from in the sidebar sections of your Main Index or archive templates.

The WeatherPixie


Enter a city and state or zip code to get your local weather. On the results page on the left hand side, scroll down to "Weather for Websites" in the sidebar. Click on that link to get instructions on how to put the weather button on your page.

3. Weathersticker

Click for San Francisco, California Forecast

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Posted by Elise Bauer on March 08, 2004 to Weblog Goodies
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Hey :)
Might want to add the following php weather service... perhaps a little advanced for noobs, but a really nice and highly configurable option for users more comfortable with code tweaking..

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