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Weather

Add it on-the-fly to your HumHub by activating it in the Modules menu! ("Administration -> Modules")


HumHub Weather Module

CLA assistant

Create a Weather widget on your Dashboard.

Note: Forecast7 & WeatherWidget.io are external services that provide the code and weather forcast that is placed within your HumHub's sidebar.

Product Distributors:

@GreenMeteor

End User Manual

Location Field

This field you must enter the location of the area you've entered in the Forecast7 Weather URL field (e.g: TOKYO), this field is case sensitive, meaning it must be capitalized.

Language & Custom Language

You can use either the default URL generated (e.g: https://forecast7.com/en/35d71139d73/tokyo/) or use the same URL with {language} (e.g: https://forecast7.com/{language}/35d71139d73/tokyo/).

CSP

In some cases this is a requirement, in these cases use the below snippet, for those that don't know if this applies to them please read the official docs.

"frame-src" => [
    "self" => true,
    "allow" => [
        'https://weatherwidget.io/'
    ]
],

Installing & Setup

  1. Download via git or normal download or use the marketplace.
  2. Upload the zip file humhub-weather-module-master.zip to your server under /protected/modules and rename it weather
  3. Enable the module via ACP > Modules > Modules List
  4. In ACP > Weather Settings place your WeatherWidget.io information in the configuration fields then save.

Release v1.2.0: (12/18/2020)

  • Enh: Add sortOrder configurations
  • Enh: Add sortOrder Module settings
  • Enh: Fix sortOrder + addEntry migration
  • Enh: Moved old changlogs to /docs/old

Note: Older change logs have been moved to here

Version:
1.2.0 (released 7 months ago)

Publisher:
Green Meteor

Author(s):
Green Meteor

Website:
https://github.com/GreenMeteor

Compatibility:
HumHub 1.6 - Latest





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