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How do I add a CSS / jQuery map to my page?

  • NBankGunners
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    @nbankgunners

    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.

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