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How do I add a CSS / jQuery map to my page? (2 posts)

  1. NBankGunners
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    For my Arsenal fansite, I would like to add a feature that shows the club's record against other teams in Europe. Rather than just showing a list of teams, as there are quite a few, I would like to present them as a dynamic map that separates them by country in its own page.
    Specifically, I would like to use this map: http://winstonwolf.pl/clickable-maps/europe.html

    I have been able to create this page on my current site:
    http://northbankgunners.com/europe-map/
    The map is working, and if you click on United Kingdom it links to another page I have created on my site, but is in a totally different place to normal pages on my site.
    Normal page URLs look like this: http://northbankgunners.com/?page_id=1100

    I was wondering if anyone could tell me how I could get the interactive map at http://northbankgunners.com/europe-map/ onto a normal page. I have tried simply copying over the HTML, but the <head> appears to be ignored.

    Many thanks.

  2. Carlos Moreira
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello!

    I created a plugin where you can easily display Europe and make the countries clicable and direct them to any page you want.
    In case you are still struggling with the map, check out the demo page:
    http://cmoreira.net/interactive-world-maps-demo/

    cheers

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