How to embed Windy widget to your webpage?
Sorry, it's telling me that I don't have enough privileges to upload a picture in reply to you.
TomSlavkovsky API developers last edited by
Sorry about that, should work now, or you can use imgur.com.
Hi Tom, Thanks,
I would like to add this map: 0_1484908159872_screen shot 1.pdf
To this webpage/blog 0_1484908236675_screen shot 2.pdf inside the Google gadget.
Inside the Google gadget I can paste a URL address, there: 0_1484908340178_screen shot 3.pdf
It doesn't work if I copy paste your URL at the bottom left
Should I copy the top URL at the top of my search engine ? like: https://www.windytv.com/-64.075/117.945?-65.431,121.377,5
Thanks a lot for your help.
For consideration: Integration of user-defined plume models. Or, Windytv built-in plume models. For example, I wonder how the UI at http://weather.hawaii.edu/vmap/hysplit/, modeling Hawaii volcano smog, might be presented on top of Windytv, using Windytv wind data. Then, it occurred to me this might be a nice source of income for Windytv, fee-paid for "business" use of an API. There are probably 10's or 100's of thousands of national, state, and local hazmat and disaster-planning departments around the world who have prepared (or want to prepare) plume-model applications, to track release of airborne toxins. No doubt they would be pleased to move their models to Windytv, and willing to pay for it.
I love this idea!!!
I wonder if I embed the Windy Widget to my website, what language will it be if someone opens my website, e.g. in the USA? Will it display everything in English? Does anyone have experience with it? And how can I make the widget mobile?
Has anyone has issues with the Fahrenheit option?
wbrock32 last edited by
how do you get the embeded radar map to auto play? I am using Iframes and HTML?
KĀV Events last edited by
Has there been any development on this?
hava durumu15 last edited by
Hello; Can I embed windy codes using location for weather web page? sample page
Having an issue with an embedded pointcast on Chrome browser.
When the page loads, the Windy map focuses away from the pointcast beacon so that viewers need to scroll on the map to find the beacon. This occurs consistently on Google Chrome browser for Mac. Safari isn't an issue.
The relevant pointcast is embedded under the "Surface Winds Forecast" section: https://redtailparagliding.com/boulder-weather/