The Synopter is easy-to-use weather forecasts WordPress plugin. It is based on OpenWeatherMap API and works with a free API key which involves some limitation, but the service provides for paid plans to get expanded opportunities. The plugin allows you to add the up-to-date meteorological data for a specific city via the Elementor widget. Just select your language, timezone, and location to get the weather box on your WordPress site.
The widget comes with a fully customizable layout to get the most informative weather block to suit your needs. It includes current weather for a certain location. You can manage the display of different weather characteristics and choose icons for each of them from the library or upload your own icon in SVG format. It doesn’t matter what kind of site you have, even a small weather block can be a useful element for your visitors. This tool can be especially practical for travel agencies, weather stations, when booking or planning events, or for any companies whose activities may depend on weather conditions.
To better understand the capabilities of the widget, we included 5 templates to the package. These are just some examples that can inspire you to create your style. It provides you a quick start in a few clicks.
The widget has straightforward style settings that allow you to manage the display of each of the elements according to your needs. Change the color, typography, text-shadow, background color, border, margins, and paddings for weather characteristics. All this can be configured directly from the Elementor’s interface and does not require additional code knowledge.
Synopter for Elementor is exceptionally compatible with all modern browsers. It does not matter which browser users view your site: Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, or Edge. Everything will look great on all devices and in all browsers.
The plugin installation takes only a few seconds. Also, you do not need to make any additional settings. The plugin is ready to work immediately after installation – you only need to install and activate it in WordPress. Read more about capabilities and settings in the Online Documentation.
1.0.1 – 18 July 2020 Fixed plugin update and activation issues.
1.0.0 – 18 June 2020 Initial release