Share Your Adventure - Social Hiking

iframe Map View

The iframe map view is designed for you to use to embed your maps on your own website or blog.

The iframe link for your chosen map is:

Just replace [WIDTH] and [HEIGHT] with the required width and height of your iframe (the map will automatically stretch to fit the iframe).

Please note that maps used with iframes need to be PUBLIC

For example if you wanted the map to be 100% wide and 400px high, then the code would be:

You can also create a page on your website or blog which displays your most recent track map. The iframe link for your latest track map is:

For more information on the user specific permanent URls available please read http://support.wheredidthetigergo.co.uk/entries/21619677-permanent-urls

 

Wordpress Note: In order to add an iframe into a Wordpress blog you need to use a plugin like Simple Code Embed

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Thanks and credit

A massive thank you to all the supporters of Social Hiking.

Thanks to @tookiebunten for the logo and Leanda Ryan for use of the Subway font

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