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chamith7
Oct 8th, 2005, 07:06 AM
My idea:
I have a script that displays an rss feed of the weather. Is there a way I can write a program to read the javascript that is going to print on my website, stop it from displaying, and instead look for the word "sun" or "rain" (for example) and instead display a sun icon or a rain icon? In case this is helpful, here is the script I like to in my website. Thanks.

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="javascript" TYPE="text/javascript" SRC="http://itde.vccs.edu/rss2js/feed2js.php?src=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.rssweather.com%2Frss.php%3FhwvUT%3DF%26hwvUP%3Din%26hwvUS%3Dmph%26h wvUV%3Dmi%26hwvCCChange%3Dforecast%26hwvSF%3DY%26maxdays%3D2%26daysonly%3D2%26hwvStyle%3Dpt%26place% 3Dprinceton%26estate%3Dnj%26zipcode%3D08544%26country%3Dus%26county%3D34021%26zone%3DNJZ015%26alt%3D rss20a&chan=n&num=0&desc=1&date=n&targ=n"></SCRIPT>

Philip M
Oct 8th, 2005, 08:33 AM
Surely this is contrary to the terms of service you have agreed to and signed up for?

chamith7
Oct 8th, 2005, 09:05 AM
Not at all--I'd simply like to change a few words to a few pictures--I don't remember there being any terms, and I did not sign up for this.

additionally, I am asking a question of programming possibility, not of its specifics persay