获取美国天气代码(Free Weather For Your Website)

pop:预览的界面就不给了,其实都还很漂亮的,自己打开一看就知道了

http://www.superpages.com/cities/add_weather.html

http://www.weatherzone.com.au/about/freeweather.jsp

AccuWeather
http://wwwa.accuweather.com/partner-signup.asp

AccuWeather now has a simplified interface to obtain weather "stickers," which does not require registration. The code they provide uses a linked javascript. The stickers are available in nine sizes, from 120x60 to 630x440, with a wide variety of background colors or images.

Weather Underground
http://www.wunderground.com/about/faq/weathersticker.asp

Weather Underground offers free current conditions boxes, with no registration required. Their site looks a little clunky compared to AccuWeather, the Weather Guys, or Intellicast, but their "sticker" for your website looks pretty good. The code they provide is a comparative lengthy table--which leaves you some possiblities in rearranging it if you are so inclined.

The Weather Channel
http://www.weather.com/services/oap.html

Probably better looking than the Weather Underground free weather, but not as quick to obtain, requiring registration. The code they provide is a short piece of javascript.
        

Intellicast
http://www.intellicast.com/About/IntellicastOnYourSite/FreeContent/

Intellicast offers a nice current conditions box, and a number of other free products. They now require registration. Their code is in the form of an inline frame. When I obtained a current conditions box, the code read HEIGHT="204" WIDTH="304" but the actual size of the box is 172x244, so you might need to adjust these parameters.

 Intellicast offers current US national and regional current radar maps in a thumbnail image-- but it is very small (140x90), and the link cannot be set to open in a new window.

Time and Weather
http://www.timeandweather.com/

Time and Weather, from OnYourSite.com, supplies ticker which displays the current time and weather conditions in any of over 125 world nations. They used to supply a java applet, but now they provide an insert that requires that you have PHP running on your server, which, of course, almost all web hosts do.

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