1. Install giWeather from the Extension Manager
2. After a successfull install navigate to the Module Manager
3. Modify the giWeather module or add a new giWeather module
4. Configure the module and choose where to display giWeather (module position). Remember to publish the module. If you don't know the possible module positions of your template you can follow the guide "Finding module positions on any given page" to find them.
5. Remember to double check the module assigment tab. The typical choice is to set the field "module assignement" to the value "on all pages".
Now giWeather is active and published and you only need to configure the forecast source choosing from: OpenWeatherMap (Worldwide), Meteo Aeronautica Militare (only Italy).
0. First of all you need a valid OpenWeatherMap App Id. Starting from 9 October 2015 OpenWeatherMap requires a valid APPID for access. Register a free account on OpenWeatherMap to receive a free App Id; Once you have your App Id enter it in the configuration of giWeather;
1. Next you need to identify the id of the locality . To do so follow the link "Find the locality id" in the module configuration.
2. On the site of OpenWeatherMap search for the location of your interest and go to the forecasts page of that locality
3. The id you need is the final part of the URL of the forecast page Eg. 2643743. Copy it in the module configuration and you are done
If you want you can customize the appearance of giWeather adding custom CSS style declarations.
You can find CSS class of each giWeather element with a web developer tool like Chrome Developer Tools or Firebug.