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Tasmota Custom WebUI and CSS Style

Tasmota's WebUI is themable using the WebColor command. This command gives you the ability to change 19 color groups.

If you like to modify the appearance of your Main-Menu a little bit more, you have more or less two options.

  1. Change the design in the xdrv_01_9_webserver.ino file before building and flashing.
  2. Use Scripting instead of Rules and add the style into your script.

The following lines of text explain the 2nd option.

Keep in mind, Tasmota is meant to be used via MQTT and the UI is more a tool for admins than users. Nevertheless, if you just have a few devices you want to use, like a smart meter or fingerprint sensor based on Tasmota, you can adapt the appearance a bit. You can also simulate some kind of user mode for your family with some simple CSS code.

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Smart Meter Sensor with Tasmota

Massively increasing electricity prices mean that people want to know more precisely how much electricity they actually use and where there is potential for savings. Nowadays, thanks to modern smart electricity meters, it is easy to read your current electricity consumption precisely.

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137 MHz BP Filter and Noise Source analysed with RTL-SDR Dongle

 I need a 137 MHz bandpass filter for my little NOAA weather satellite receiver, so like anything else, you can find what you want on the internet. So there is no need for another copy of a copy of an article, but I like to keep thoughts and information buzzing around in my head together at some place.

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Crypto Wallet Recovery

Crypto Wallet Recovery

Thousands of BITCOINS, ETHER and Tokens are lost in wallets all around the globe. There can happen a lot of things which lead to not be able to access your funds. But, in some cases it is still possible to recover these dead wallets!

Don't use any kind of information provided on this page for illegal activities!

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After years of developing the install- and build-processes in ROS have changed a bit. So here I want to explain how you can easily install Ubuntu and ROS on your Raspberry PI 3+. If you want to use a desktop on your RPi it is necessary to use a swap file to extend the 1GB memory. This will increase the aging process of your SD-card in a significant way!

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