Both your old code and new code seem to work just fine for me. I inserted into a Markdown stack. Will work just as well with HTML. (In both cases the advantage is you don’t have to remember to do the “ignore formatting” extra step). The problem with your new code, I believe, is that it won’t preview in RW. That’s because it’s missing the beginning “http://” bit. (See Will’s reply above.) But if you publish the page then all is fine.
Wildwood’s code worked!
I never did publish it to see it to see if the widget just showed up or not.
In the past the old widget code showed up fine in preview mode, no need to publish.
Will’s code example worked in preview mode, no need to publish. Which is nice to have.
I hope you don’t mind me cutting in on your thread, but i have a similair problem of a weather stack not working after recent updates.
I’m using the Uweather stack and for some unknown reason it’s just not showing anymore, i’ve tried contacting the developer on a couple of occasions this week but to date no response.
Has anyone had similair problems, and can someone point out to me where stacks are stored now?? i"l running El capitain and can’t find the stack to try to relaunch/reinstall.
Heres a screnshhot if that helps as the site has not been launched yet.
Any help would be much appreciated, or if not pushing me in the right direction.
Without a link to your test site, unfortunately there’s not much anybody can do to help you. It’s like asking a mechnic to fix your car without lifting the hood! In the absence of a link, you’ll probably have to start troubleshooting this yourself and look in the browser web developer console to see what error messages (if any) are being shown.
Stacks are stored where they’ve always bene stored in RW6, and that is within your addons folder. Easily accessible via the RW addon manager. With the Manage Addons window open from the File menu, simply right-click the addon icon and from the menu choose to view it in Finder. However unless a stack is marked as generic ‘template’ in edit mode, then the stack in question is probably installed correctly.
If you want to change direction and use a different stack then it looks like the free WeatherEmbed stack I’ve provided through my website for a couple of years will work much the same for you. It’s also pulling data in from Forecast.io and has been updated a couple of times. Lots of people use it and no one has reported any El Capitan related issues to me.
Other than that, you might have to await a reply from the stack developer. It’s quite possible he might be on holiday or similar.
Yes i realised after posting that it would be a bit difficult to look at the problem without a link, but thanks for the reponse anyway, i think i’ll hang on until chris responds before taking it any further.
I’ve looked at your link too concerning the WeatherEmbed stack and this looks superb, i’ve downloaded and installed it and it’s pretty cool, i’ve been over to the site Forecast.io and had a look around but would like to ask you if you know of a way to change the days from English to French, as i’m working on a French site at the moment, if not i’ll contact them.
Once again many thanks for your time, much appreciated.