ok ironed out a few css bugs overnight unfortunately my ISP went down so i couldn't upload the new changes , so I uploaded final version( dare I say that) this morning(Tuesday 26th April). however once it has stop raining I'm off cycling finally for quite some time and looking forward to getting out of the city .
to upgrade its is always beneficial to save a copy of your settings.php somewhere , then you can simply and best way is to remove current files on your server and just upload the new download and then replace the settings.php with your saved version. the settings.php rarely changes .
in this download some file names changed to simplify the what files do the functions so they are all now quite easily recognised i.e windirection.php , windspeed.php etc
thanks to every one for highlighting discrepancies and errors , its important and really does help and I really enjoy this forum it offers constructive reliable criticism and the result is beneficial in getting things right.
enough of that rhetoric stuff !
1.year,month,day for opening chart modals improved positioning .
2.slight adjustment to wind direction css
3.fixed outlook.php where descriptions overlapped
4.fixed earthquake to show worldwide earthquakes as opposed to display regional earthquakes in modal
5.removed all unwanted css
6.in cumulus.php all data sections/areas are highlighted for easy adjustment or changes i.e <!--windspeed for homeweatherstation template-->
7.improved script for full screen option on desktop (removed some unwanted code)
available at http://www.idesign34.com/homepws/homeweather.html
thank you for comments above it takes time and its been almost a year since i first started on it using only weather underground for data but soon realised the way
to go was to use realtime data .
contemporary i guess it is , i use iPads and desktop OSX (EL Capitan) , i replaced our mac screen and bought a brand new monitor BenQ BL3200PT and it really opens your eyes to color balancing with pantone charts .
lastly thank you to steve for dropping me an email a few weeks ago , perhaps I would have never made the improvements over the last two weeks .
enjoy , have fun brian