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<h1>Weather? App</h1>
<!--Span is used to manipulate it with Javascript-->
<p>Your latitude is <span class="lat"></span>, while your longitude is <span class="lon"></span>
</p>
<div>
  <p>You live in the city of <span class="city"></span>, state of <span class="state"></span>.</p>
  <p>Your current <button onclick ="myFunction()">temperature</button> is <span class="temp" class="temp"></span> in 
</div>
<!--Use units to change the temperature, for example by clicking in a button event, change the temperature given to the JSON, "&units=metric" for celcius, "&units=imperial" for fahrenheit-->

<!--USE EVENTLISTENER https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/EventTarget/addEventListener
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              h1, p {
  text-align:center;
  color:black;
}



            
          
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              //used var to create empty variables and fill them with data
var lon, lat, city, state, name;
//api used to obtain my geolocation
$.getJSON("http://ip-api.com/json", function (data){
lon = data.lon;
lat = data.lat;
city = data.city;
state = data.regionName;
  console.log(data);
$(".lat").html(lat);
  $(".lon").html(lon);
   $(".city").html(city);
  $(".state").html(state);
//Used to obtain the weather data from the website Openweathermap
  var apid = '1283cf036985c10582c9ffd65dd7b47c';
//The API returns the temperature in Kelvin, this will change it to celsius
  var toFahrenheit = "&units=imperial";
  var Fahrenheit = "Fahrenheit";
  var toCelsius = "&units=metric";
  var Celsius = "Celsius";
  var changeByUser;
changeByUser=toFahrenheit;
  function myFunction(){
    
  }

//This sends the weather report (Forgot to add http://, wont work without it)
$.getJSON("http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?lat="+lat+"&lon="+lon+"&APPID="+apid+"&deg;"+changeByUser, function (station){
  name = station.name;
  temp = station.main.temp;
  console.log(station);
  $(".name").html(name);
  $(".temp").html(temp);
});
});




//Cant no longer use getCurrentPosition or watchCurrentPosition because it is blocked, it could be used only on secured origins (Ex:HTTPS)
/*if(navigator.geolocation) {
  navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition(function(position){
    $("location").html("Latitude is:"+position.coords.latitude+"<br>Longitude is:"+position.coords.longitude);
    console.log(position);
  });
};*/
            
          
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