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    Anyone know how I can go about integrating the weather of the city where I live into the site I'm creating for the council of the city? Something similar to Yahoo! Weather is what I'm looking for

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    The weather channel has an autobranding program.
    http://www.weather.com

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    I also use wunderground. There are just too many headaches with the weather channel one. You gotta sign up, agree to use only their service, blah, blah, blah. Wundergournd makes it easy, and their image selection is better.

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    These sites (weather.com, wunderground.com) are good, but how can I have my own weather info on the site? Like Yahoo, Weather.com etc.

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    Look in the miscellaneous section under PERL scripts on cgi.resourceindex.com. There is a script listed there called Ham Weather. It has many customization features. Allows you to display what ever you want. Use your own graphics. Develop Themes. ETC. And it is free. Its usually the #1 script on the list.

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    Hamweather.com is the best choice, i think so. But you'll need perl 5 and sockets.

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    Hamweather.com is the best choice, i think so. But you'll need perl 5 and sockets. Need a sample, goto http://www.gettos.com and visit the weather page.

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