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ATTENTION: If you are updating from version 1.x.x of the plugin to version 2.x.x you will need to set your weather modules up again when you update because the module was completely re-written from the ground up. When version 1 was created, the visual builder didn’t exist. Version 2 was completely re-written for the visual builder.
The Divi Weather plugin adds a new module to the Divi Builder that allows you to access and display current weather data for any location on Earth including over 200,000 cities thanks to the powerful (and free) Open Weather Map API.
Divi Weather takes advantage of the built in power of Divi to give you complete control over how the weather is displayed, including:
- more ways to specify your location, including city name, postal code and country code, and city ID
- current weather as well as forecasted weather up to 5 days out
- weather descriptions for both current and forecasted weather
- use Imperial or Metric units
- additional weather data such as wind speed/direction, min/max temperature, humidity, pressure
- fully style every aspect of the plugin, including icon colors, font styles, background styles, etc.
- a ton of CSS access points in the builder so you can write custom CSS in the builder to target every element the module uses.
Translations for weather descriptions are provided by the Open Weather Map API and include 33 languages.
Optimized for Speed
To avoid hitting the API on every page load, the plugin has the ability to cache weather data on a location-by-location basis to keep your site loading quickly. The default cache life is 30 minutes but this can be changed in the plugin settings.
This plugin is compatible with both the Divi and Extra themes.
This plugin IS compatible with the Visual Builder, the new back end builder as well as the classic builder experience.
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This plugin uses the Open Weather Map API service to retrieve weather data. The weather icons are from an open-source icon font created by Erik Flowers, which can be found here: https://erikflowers.github.io/weather-icons/
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Changelog:2.1.3 Fixed bug where sometimes forecast dates weren't being parsed correctly. 2.1.2 Fixed debugging error. 2.1.1 Fixed Divi 4.0.5 Visual Builder error where modules sometimes didn't load correctly. 2.1.0 Extracted plugin update script to it's own class for cleaner code. 2.0.9 Adjusted settings page CSS. 2.0.8 Fixed bug where certain time zone offsets returned error. 2.0.7 Refactored temperature conversion functions. 2.0.6 Cleaned up initialization options on the plugin. 2.0.5 Open Weather Map restricted access to 16 day forecast to paid accounts so the plugin now utilizes the 5 day forecast which free API keys can access. 2.0.4 Updated CSS for admin settings page. 2.0.3 Streamlined the way the plugin caches and displays raw weather data. 2.0.2 Corrected bug where forecast descriptions showed up when current weather was disabled. 2.0.1 Improved plugin cleanup so all transients are removed when plugin is uninstalled. 2.0.0 Major update release. Rewrote the plugin from the ground up using Elegant Theme's official developer API. Fully compatible with all Divi builders and jam packed with new features. 1.0.3 fixed error where some spaces were being removed in location names 1.0.2 fixed bug where weather description didn't show up in module settings for some people. 1.0.1 debugged error handling in response from Open Weather Map API 1.0.0 Initial Release
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Hello, Is Divi Weather compatible w/ WP 5.4x, even 5.5? I’m considering purchasing it, but depends on that. Thx in advance.
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Yes, it’s compatible with
Hi Alex, thx 4 confirming
Great plugin for adding a local weather component with strong Divi styling options. Alex has been a phenomenal support. Definitely worth your time and effort.
Wow thank you, Linda! I appreciate the comment! Let me know if you need anything else at all!
This can or cannot be used with the most recent version of WordPress 5.0+?
There is a major update coming in a few days – where compatibility will be much better.
It is compatible with WordPress 5.0, just not the Visual Builder. Version 2.0 is being finalized for release next week which is completely visual builder compatible and introduces a ton of new features like the ability to show forecasts (up to 16 days) as well as additional weather information like wind speed and direction, pressure and humidity and the ability to search location by name, zip code/country code and city ID.
Update, version 2.0 is fully compatible with the visual builder as well as both the new backend builder and the classic backend builder so you can continue working in the environment in which you’re most comfortable!
Hi, is it possible to manually add feed translation for some language that is not supported officially?
Unfortunately not. The language options are provided by the Open Weather Map API and not something the plugin directly stores or generates.
The lisence is Lifetime?
Hey, sure is! Lifetime license for unlimited sites.
Recently purchased, and hands down a great plugin / addition to Divi. Support was amazing as well.