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UK Extremes from the MetOffice

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Re: UK Extremes from the MetOffice

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Yes Mark thats quite correct.

The script URL still contains public_html/js/jquery.js and not /js/jquery.js
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I suspect you need to remove the "public_html" bit from the URL.
Brilliant! that did it...thanks Mark and Toxic.

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I've updated the zip at the start of the thread so that the demo page uses a *slightly* newer version of jQuery. There are no changes to the forecast module.

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It looks like this script has failed for the first time ever.. :cry:
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Erk! It looks like the Met Office have dropped most of their Datapoint services :( Nice of them to let their subscribers know. The forecasts still appear to be there, but little else.

I don't have time to investigate at the mo, but even the developer forum has been replaced - there are now just two general posts on it!

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Looks like there is a new DataHub service replacing Datapoint - but there is precious little on it at the moment :(

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mcrossley wrote:
Sun 15 Sep 2019 4:06 pm
Looks like there is a new DataHub service replacing Datapoint - but there is precious little on it at the moment :(
It's working again, now. :lol:
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