Thanks for installing and be my first tester (others are welcome!).
Your technique of include is correct. And yes, I noticed some minor errors in the generated HTML. I will fix that with the new version and will implement a header as well, including version nr and some reference. New versions of the software will also include my top10 and status-page (for rPi at least). I will publish this in a new thread on the forum. Another thread which will focus on the software so this thread will be on the pwsFWI specifically: how does the pwsFWI relate to reality.
I am not happy with the fires your region saw lately, about which you informed me, but it relates positively with my pwsFWI. And that is very good!!
for myself, but maybe I should, the good result is kind of better than expected!).
My idea is that the page title and <h1>-header are for the user to set. I just supply the pwsFWI table. I chose this technique because the variety of sites in the wild is so big that, if I add more , wishes will increase and I want to focus on meteo related info and not on site related info.
Presume I'll need the SS from the Linux version;
What do you mean by that?
I already run a few daily scripts, so can handle that part.
Personally I run it from CumulusMX from the external program section, daily frequency (don't forget the commandline parameter '-day'), but you can run it any way you want as long as it is in the CumulusMX-directory with the data-dir just below it.
BTW: anybody who is interested in this must be aware that, for the time being, your datefile.txt must contain metric data with windspeeds in km/h. In future I will make automatic conversions for imperial etc... , but that is not what I focus on now.