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Tuesday, January 10, 2006

New and Improved! Include Your CommunityWalk Map On Your Site

Now that CommunityWalk has a logo and a design around it I wanted to update the iframe content we provide that lets you include your map on your own site. I've added the name of the map and the CommunityWalk logo to the bottom of the iframe and made it so that each location displays the location title, a snippet of the description and direct links to photos, direction, or comments if any of them exist for that location!

Check out this example of the first map I ever created on CommunityWalk! Notice that if you zoom in on the map, change the map type, and then click on a photo link for a location you will be taken to the full map with the same zoom level and map type displayed with the photos for that location showing!

Note: As with much of the CommunityWalk site right now there are still a few kinks with the iframe functionality on Safari. We are working hard to resolve these issues, though, and should have them done soon.

Community Walk Map - Places I Have Lived

You can get the code for your own map by clicking "Edit Settings" from your "My Maps" page. Just click on the "Put This Community On Your Own Website" section. You can also use the instructions under "Show Customization Instructions" to customize the way it looks and acts.


  • Can't find 'Include your CommunityWalk Map on your site'

    How do you put the map on a website

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:34 AM  

  • Hi Ross,

    You'll find code snippets to put a map on your site underneath the "Share" tab on the map page.

    By Blogger The Entreprexplorer, at 7:58 AM  

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