The gauges are available for download from here on github click on the download zip on the right hand side.
Connect to your weewx via winscp or whatever your using and create a folder underneath your skins directory called: ss
Then as explained in the given instructions in the zip (info copied from there)
Extract the zip package and:
copy weather_server/WeeWX/skin.conf WEEWX_SKINS_DIR/ss/
copy weather_server/WeeWX/index.html.tmpl WEEWX_SKINS_DIR/ss/
copy weather_server/WeeWX/gauge-data.txt.tmpl WEEWX_SKINS_DIR/ss/
copy web_server/css folder to WEEWX_SKINS_DIR/ss/
copy web_server/scripts folder to WEEWX_SKINS_DIR/ss/
we need to edit: WEEWX_SKINS_DIR/ss/scripts/gauges.js
weatherProgram : 6 imgPathURL : '' stationTimeout : 10 // set to twice archive interval, in minutes showUvGauge : true or false // false if there is no UV sensor showSolarGauge : true or false // false if there is no solar radiation sensor
add a SteelSeries section to StdReport in weewx.conf
[StdReport] ... [[SteelSeries]] skin = ss HTML_ROOT = public_html/ss
The path on HTML_ROOT = public_html/ss may need to be altered to match your setup.
Then restart server:
service weewx stop service weewx start
You should be now able to access your gauges from http://your-server-address/ss once the gauges have been generated.
You'll need to create a link from your main page to the ss page so people and reach it.