Sample console screen
The URL to your weather station console will be:
Your system name was determined by the second step in the client_install directions. List of stations here.
The URL for PMI program access is:
At top left, in blueish-gray blocky lower-case letters, says simply "weather"; should say "[location] weather".
In sample screen, the purple highlighted area is missing.
This is the "#location" tag string from Cumulus. You have not
filled in a location in the
Cumulus->Configuration->Station screen, "Name" field
(right smack in the middle of the config. screen) screen shot.
Near top left, in normal text, "Latitude", etc. blank.
In sample screen, the orange highlighted area.
These are the "#latitude", "#longitude", and "#altitude" tag
strings from Cumulus. You have not filled these in in the
Cumulus->Configuration->Station screen screen shot.
Near top left, in normal text, says "Welcome to"; should say "Welcome to [name]".
In sample screen, the gray highlighted area is short.
This is the "#longlocation" tag string from Cumulus. You have
not filled in a name in the
Cumulus->Configuration->Station screen, "Description". screen shot
Top of almanac table, in normal text, says "Conditions at local time"; time is way off.
In sample screen, the light-blue highlighted area.
This is the "#time" tag string from Cumulus and is filled in
automatically when this web file is uploaded to the server. If
this time is close to the current time, all is working -- the
server uploads this file every few minutes (I believe the
default is 15 mins). If you wish to change the upload
frequency, this is the "Web Settings" "Interval" field in the
screen shot (see pink highlight). You can force an
immediate update by Cumulus->File->Web
At top left of screen, to left of the blueish-gray blocky lower-case letters saying "[location] weather", there's no image.
In sample screen, the green highlighted area is missing.
This image is called out in the "weatherstyle.css" file. As delivered, it displays "images/picture.jpg". This should not be much more than about 128x128px.
If you followed the client_install instructions and ftp'ed this up from the Cumulus directory, their default image is a seagull in flight.
This is where you would put your vineyard/winery logo. You should put a copy of it in your Cumulus "webfiles/images" directory in case it's ever needed again, but it only needs to be present on the webserver to function. See client_install instructions for ftp uploading this file to server.
I have seen cases where this image only shows up in the iPhone Safari browser, it's not visible in IE, Edge, Chrome, Opera or FireFox -- very weird. If it's not working for you, the above is all I know. If you dig in to the .css file or some such, and find the fix, be sure to let me know.