Documentation - WordPress




Common Setup giWeather




1. In the administrative interface of Wordpress go to Plugin > Add New and click on Upload plugin;

2. Upload the zip archive and click on Install Now;

3. Activate the newly installed plugin;

4. Click on "giWeather Options" from the main navigation menu and add your "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 in the field "OpenWeatherMap App Id";)




Setup for Theme with Block Editor Support




The WordPress block editor also called the block editor, WordPress editor or Gutenberg editor is the new way of publishing content in WordPress.

Following the launch of WordPress 5.0 in December 2018, the WordPress block editor was set as the default editor and replaced the classic editor.

If your theme supports the Block Editor first of all do the Common Setup and then do the following steps.

If your theme doesn't support the Block Editor instead follow Setup for Theme without Block Editor Support (Classic Editor).


1. Click on Appearance > Editor or click on Customize button of your theme;

2. Click on "Block Inserter" button;

3. Drag and drop giWeather from "widgets" section to your template;

4. If settings are hidden then "show more settings" to show the settings of giWeather;

5. Configure the giWeather block added (choose the source forecast);

6. Save your changes;




Setup for Theme without Block Editor Support




The WordPress block editor also called the block editor, WordPress editor or Gutenberg editor is the new way of publishing content in WordPress.

Following the launch of WordPress 5.0 in December 2018, the WordPress block editor was set as the default editor and replaced the classic editor.

If your theme use Classic Editor first of all do the Common Setup and then do the following steps.

If your theme support the Block Editor instead follow Setup for Theme with Block Editor Support.


1. Click on Appearance > Widgets from the main navigation menu in your Dashboard;

2. Add giWeather widgets from the Available Widgets section by dragging it to the Sidebar you want to customize;

3. Configure the widget (choose the source forecast) and save it.


How can I place giWeather inside an article or page of WordPress? (Classic Editor)


You can use the plugin amr shortcode any widget.

1. First you need to install amr shortcode any widget plugin;

2. Click on Appearance > Widgets from the main navigation menu in your Dashboard and add giWeather widgets from the Available Widgets section by dragging it to the Widget for Shortcodes;

3. Configure and save giWeather widget;

4. From the giWeather configuration copy the amr shortcode any widget in the content of the post or the page where you want inserti giWeather;