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Monday, December 21st 2009, 8:04am

AWEKAS - How to set up instrument panel on your website

For AWEKAS Plus members it's now possible to get the instrument panel on the own website.

With following code you can get the panel.

Source code


The values after the ? have to be set up:
id = XXXX / XXXX is the AWEKAS station id (you see this number in the URL if you request your instrument panel on the map)
lg=d / (language) d = German, e = English, n = Dutch, f = French , i = Italian
eh=c / (Scalea) c = Metric units, f = American units
tz=0 / (timezone difference to AWEKAS Server) this ist the differince in hours to the AWEKAS Server (CET). In Middleeurope the value is 0. Means : there is no difference to the Server. Set up the value in hours. Example: if your timezone is 11 hours previos Central European Time (CET) set value to -11
header=1 / (Display of data time) if value is set to 1 the time of data sending was displayed on the top of the panel. If value is 0 the time was hidden.

Please observe that the instrument panel is for private and non commercial use only.

The easies way to include the panel is to use a iframe. Here a easy code example:

Source code

<iframe src="" height="697" width="600" name="AWEKAS Instrumentenpanel"> 
<p>Your browser cannot display iframes - please use the following link: <a href="">Instrumentenpanel</a></p> 


This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "Jean-Marie" (Mar 23rd 2011, 6:06pm) with the following reason: changed title

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Friday, May 13th 2011, 10:20pm

Sir: i am a new member of AWEKAS and I am starting to build my own web page...I have tried to insert both types of source code shown above into my page, but, in the first instance, nothing but the code itselof appears, and in the second example, I cannot figure out how to edit the code for my station, language, etc...Can you advise me what it is I am doing wrong? Thank you very much...

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Saturday, May 14th 2011, 7:43am

Have you ticked AWEKAS Plus in your profile?
The instrument panel export to your own webpage is only possible when AWEKAS Plus is activated.
What is your ID on AWEKAS? You can find it on the information station page.
ID 1779

Albert Einstein a dit:
"La connaissance s'acquiert par l'expérience, tout le reste n'est que de l'information."
"Knowledge comes only with practice, everything else is information."