Moon Phase Module For Your Website or Blog
MOON MODULE OPTIONS:
COPY AND PASTE THIS CODE TO YOUR WEBPAGE:
Other "Current Moon" Options: If you do not have a website or blog, or you simply want to have the current moon phase handy for your own use, our iGoogle Moon Gadget may be just what you are looking for. You can also view the "current moon" on our Facebook app. You could also bookmark this Moon Phases Calendar or the Current Moon Phase page.
YOUR Time Zone: The moon module uses your computer clock for the moon calculations, so it is preset for YOUR time zone (or the time zone of the person viewing it). The moon phase calculation is accurate -- if the calculation seems wrong, please check YOUR computer system time. For Windows users, you can check your settings by double clicking the time at the bottom right of your computer screen.
Cannot See The Moon? (blank area with a red "X" or a red-blue-green colored icon) The center portion of the module that shows the moon and data is a Flash file. If you cannot see it, then you need to install Flash Player in your web browser (visit www.adobe.com). If that does not fix it, or if you already have Flash Player (meaning, it should be working), then you might try completely uninstalling Flash Player, and then installing again. NOTE: Apple's mobile devices (iPhone, iPad) do not support Flash technology (use this instead).
MySpace Tips: Before copying the code above, be sure to check the MySpace usage box ("Option 2"). Where to add the module? Try the "About Me" section: on your main editing or user home page, click "Edit Profile". Place the code within any of the text boxes (ie, "About Me", "Interests").
Module Shows "Q" And Question Mark: If the module area displays a "Q" with a question mark ("?") instead of the moon and data, there is a QuickTime conflict. QuickTime is the movie player from Apple, and it sometimes tries to handle Flash content instead of the Flash Player. The general solution is to disallow QuickTime from handling Flash. Do this in the advanced preferences area. A few specific things to try: Option 1) Inside the advanced area of QuickTime preferences, uncheck the "enable flash" preference, then restart your web browser. Option 2) Inside the Quicktime Control Panel, click the "Browser" tab (for QT 6 or older, choose "Browser Plug-in" from the menu). Then click the "Mime Settings" button and uncheck "Flash media" or "Flash file" within the "Miscellaneous" heading. Restart your web browser. Option 3) Navigate to the Outpost>Tracks area of preferences and disable Flash handling there.
Tweaking Appearance: If you understand HTML and/or CSS, you are allowed to make minor style edits to the appearance of the current moon phase module. However, the "moon cycle" text link must remain intact and unchanged. Any other links pointing to MoonConnection.com must also remain. Also, you cannot download the source files (code, images, etc) and host them on your domain; they must remain on MoonConnection.com. Contact us if you have any questions or requests.