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mitmania
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Hello everyone, I ask kindly advice: the program Cumulus send to my website a html file, amidst all the data of the day with various webtags. I'm trying to figure out whether it is possible to write a script in PHP to retrieve the data from this file html. Any advice?

My idea would be to get to a page like this: http://weather.wilmslowastro.com/ (congratulations for the site .... really a great job !!!)

Thanks for any help.

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mcrossley
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Have a look in the Wiki, there is a Cumulus weg tags to PHP file in there. It is a little out of date, but is a good start.

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mitmania wrote:Hello everyone, I ask kindly advice: the program Cumulus send to my website a html file, amidst all the data of the day with various webtags. I'm trying to figure out whether it is possible to write a script in PHP to retrieve the data from this file html. Any advice?

My idea would be to get to a page like this: http://weather.wilmslowastro.com/ (congratulations for the site .... really a great job !!!)

Thanks for any help.
The first thing I thought when I read your question was....."one year of work"... :shock:
But do not be afraid .... if I could, you can do it too ;)
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