beteljuice wrote:This is not good !
I do agree!
That was exactly my suspicion to start with. Hence my preferring a <#lunarday> webtag, as that would actually be able to work.
beteljuice wrote:You need to 'scrape' the MoonDay number or image from one of the many sites that provide that sort of thing through a server-side script (eg. php). Some sites allow it, other frown upon scrapers.
Lucky thing is, it's my site, and I'm being very lenient with myself
If your server allows php, it would be better for you to get a freebie script that returns exactly what you want and scrape-your-own
Well yes, that's what I am doing so far.
beteljuice wrote:It's been interesting though
Yeah, there were even some interesting philosophical bits in there that kept on cropping up!
beteljuice wrote:BTW - Isn't a lunar month less than 30 days ...
generally about 29 and a bit maximum from most reports I've read so far. Can go as low as - ugh, senior moment, can't remember.
... so all this code is ...... only any good for a 30 image selection
That's fine in this case.
I'm thinking I may have to scrap the idea and take out the images and replace them with one of a pine cone and another of seaweed, and then I could just pretend the whole Zambretti business does not exist either!