Weather is an easily adaptable WordPress weather widget. Enter any point, using a ZIP code or GPS coordinates, and it will display the current weather information for any location on the map. Your audience will be able to check the updated info on temperature, air pressure, humidity percentage, and active weather.
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WordPress weather widget
I’m going to show you how to add Weather to your website. It only takes 2 minutes and you don’t need any specific skills to do it. First of all, let’s go to elfsight.com and choose the Weather widget in the menu list.
- Click “Create widget”. You can find the direct link in the video description. So, let’s create your widget. Begin by choosing a template that suits your case best.
- Click “Continue with this template”. To display the Weather for your chosen location, specify the location on the “Content” tab. Customize your widget on the “Appearance” tab.
- That’s it, your widget is ready. Also, you can check the setting tabs to adjust layout, size, colors, and fonts.
- Click “Join to install” to add the widget to your website.
- Log in or Sign up to Elfsight Apps. This is free, no credit card required. After you sign up, you’ll see the widget that you have just created. Click “Save”.
- The next step is to choose your Subscription plan. You’re very welcome to start with Lite. But keep in mind that your 20% discount is valid only for 24 hours.
- Click on the code to copy it and go to your website’s admin panel. You can display the widget on any page. Let’s take a look at the most popular use case – adding your widget on the Homepage. After you’ve logged in, go to Pages and select Homepage.
- Add a custom HTML block to the required part of the page. Paste your widget’s code in this block. Click Update. Go to the page to check your widget.