• A lightweight software application that keeps you up-to-date with the latest meteorological conditions for a selected location
• It boasts a clean and straightforward layout that displays five different gauges and graphs, namely a barometer, thermometer, hygrometer, anemometer and a weathervane
• It allows you to connect to meteorological stations of interest, provided that you have specified the country, region and town
• It is possible to select two saving directories, one for the downloaded map images and the other for the station data
• You can add up to eight map Internet addresses and five URLs to be monitored by the application
• You can view details about the minimum and maximum values for the pressure, temperature and wind speed indicators, as well as pick the units to be used for generating information about air pressure, temperature and wind speed instruments and graphs
• You can view satellite and radar images, along with weather maps for an area
• You have direct access to the maps, thanks to its built-in viewer
• It is possible to enable the auto update function (stations are updated periodically)
• Keep a log, which contains details about the monitored stations
• Download map images for the selected locations
• On an ending noteQ:

Using javascript array.push with dynamically created elements

I have some code that dynamically creates a ul to which I then add some li items. Each li item is appended to the ul using the.innerHTML property. I then push this ul into an array.
When I try to push it into my array I get an error saying Uncaught TypeError: undefined is not a function.
Any help is much appreciated.
var ul = document.createElement(“ul”);
var li1 = document.createElement(“li”);
var li2 = document.createElement(“li”);

li1.innerHTML = “n”;
li2.innerHTML = “o”;

var item = document.createElement(“ul”);
item.innerHTML = “this is item”;

document.getElementById(“results”).innerHTML = “results”;



The problem is with this line:
var item = document.createElement(“ul”);

You haven’t created the element yet eea19f52d2


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