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An extension for Django CMS that displays the current local weather pulled from

Project description

An extension for Django CMS that pulls current weather information
based on the website visitor's IP address and displays it on the
screen. You will need a API key to use this.


- django (tested with 1.3)
- django-cms (tested with 2.2)

Getting Started

To get started simply install using ``pip``:
pip install django-cms-wungerground

Add ``cmsplugin_wunderground`` to your installed apps.

Add WUNDERGROUND_KEY to your settings file.
WUNDERGROUND_KEY = 'abcdefgh12345678'


Simply drop a Current Local Weather plugin on a page. You will probably
want to override the ``cmsplugin_wunderground/local_weather.html``
template. Any of the fields from the "conditions" api
call should be available in the template under the context variable

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