Ok understand about the links stay and having to edit them out via notebook.
I have decided to try just to get a CarterLake type web page displayed/working on another computer by installing WD and just trying to figure it out. Not risk totally messing up what I do have working on my main WD computer.
I am trying to follow the instructions at http://saratoga-weather.org/scripts-WD-AJAX.php
, I have read the http://saratoga-weather.org/AJAX/WD/AJAX-WD-readme.txt
, I think I understand some of it...downloaded the http://saratoga-weather.org/AJAX/WD/ajaxWD-carterlake-V2-14.zip
- unzipped it and copied it into my web folder (left it at default dir WD uses).
I am now trying to follow the instructions http://saratoga-weather.org/AJAX/WD/readme.pdf
. On page 1 and 2 it talks about FTP to upload the files to the web server I use. I host the web files on another system in the house. But I am thinking it is just talking about uploading the zip file mentioned above (ajaxWD-carterlake-V2-14.zip).
I have now ran into something I don't know what to do in the AJAX/WD/readme.pdf in -
Section 2) Setup files for regular uploading
The pictures looks like this in the instructions.
Changing the wxlocal.html to index.html would be easy if in WD it didn't currently look like this
I do not see any way to change the wxlocal to index. Is it as simple as I think it is in the PDF instructions provided by Saratoga-Weather? As easy as generating wxlocal.html and having it renamed to index.html? Once the file is renamed does it point everything to the ajax files and images folder that Saratoga-Weather provides in the zip file of their site? I have a funny and heavy feeling it won't be that easy.
I just really want to get this CarterLake working. Once I get the thing to display I am pretty sure I can get the rest going....I think.
Please also do note I host the WD webpage generate site on one of my home computers on the network. I actually run WD on one computer and have it send the files to another computer where apache and no-ip are running. I had to to this in order for the site to never be offline. I would have to take the site down whenever my VPN on the main computer.
Also, just so I am clear on what I wanted the site to look like....something like this site for example - http://www.mangawhaiweather.co.nz/
, I thought I should mention it just incase I don't have a full understanding of CarterLake.