I'm assuming that you're accessing a db on a remote webserver and you can access the db via the control panel. The error message seems more like a credential problem.
If so, are you sure 'localhost' is correct as hostname and not something like 'db1234.1and1.com'?
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It's always described as an 'indicator' as to the effects of wind at low temps and varies depending on sunshine too, so seems fairly imprecise to start with. I think it is primarily for use in regions where temperatures are less than -10 and where the wind is probably more linear. Extract (part) fro...
Hi, unfortunately I can not configure this script .... are not clear the steps below taken from the file readme.txt, especially the second point where I would like to use the file 'sparkline_tags.txt Copy 'sparklines.txt. to your local 'Cumulus\web' folder. Then in 'Configuration', 'Internet', on t...
I know this has been done before but..... I have been in conversation with several people regarding 'Sparklines' recently. I have been using them for quite a few years with phpwebtags and decided to simplify my scripts and make them available. The main proviso is I am not a skilled scripter and I'm ...
I'm using php webtags so here is a section of how I did it: $temp0 ="<#RecentOutsideTemp h=0 m=0>"; $temptime0 ="<#RecentTS h=0 m=0 format=HH.mm>"; $temp1 ="<#RecentOutsideTemp h=0 m=30>"; $temptime1 ="<#RecentTS m=30 format=HH.mm>"; $temp2 ="<#RecentOuts...
To get that effect ( and I have no idea if this is the 'best' way to do it ) I created two sets of variables using webtags <!-- Temp --> var temp = [2.1,1.8,1.3,1.2,1.5,2,2,2.2,2,2,2.2,2.5,2.3]; var temptime = ['05.15','05.45','06.15','06.45','07.15','07.45','08.15','08.45','09.15','09.45','10.15','...
- Sat Feb 03, 2018 11:26 am
- Forum: Web site - General
- Topic: 123-reg ripping me off for domain renewal
- Replies: 16
- Views: 852
I have some domains with 123-reg and they're currently asking £19.98 for two years renewal.(£99.0 for 10 years - so no saving there!)
- Sat Jan 27, 2018 12:54 pm
- Forum: Homebuilt
- Topic: what station I think i've tried the lot
- Replies: 9
- Views: 620
FWIW...... I've had an Instromet station since 1995. I'm on my second anemometer, temp sensor and solar sensor. The display (electromechanical) is still fine and only downside is that it is cabled. Logger runs 24/7 for months with no problems. Davis VP2 with remote anemometer and soil sensors has be...
- Fri Dec 29, 2017 5:15 pm
- Forum: Cumulus MX
- Topic: looks like wunderground have messed up again
- Replies: 37
- Views: 2282
All good here too. I was having some broadband/FTP problems earlier this week but WU updates were working fine throughout.
- Wed Jul 26, 2017 11:38 am
- Forum: Web site - General
- Topic: Yet Another Dayfile Reader (PHP)
- Replies: 419
- Views: 61609
Just a thought - are dayfile delimiters correctly set? As I see dates are 03-07-17
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$field_delimiter = ',';
$date_delimiter = '-';
- Thu Mar 30, 2017 12:45 pm
- Forum: Davis VP/VP2/Vue
- Topic: Davis anemometer cups not moving in light wind
- Replies: 23
- Views: 5318
In any case shouldn't they use stainless steel if this is critical?
I agree stainless would be better especially considering there is virtually no load on them. Expense?
The Davis bearings will probably be a 20p stock item from China.