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    Dynamic map

    I just map a dynamic map of cerilia, which is link to a php/mysql file, so with small option, you can see the portion of the map you want.

    In the example you have the full map.

    the background map is from a file from the download section.

    of course a vector map would be better.

    http://www.deismaar.com/test/cerilia3.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyark View Post
    I just map a dynamic map of cerilia, which is link to a php/mysql file, so with small option, you can see the portion of the map you want.
    Very nice. I noticed that a number of provinces seem to have incomplete titles. Is that due to the defined provincial borders? Is the example map supposed to provide links to anything? To "see the portion of the map you want" I have to zoom in with flash. Is that right?

    Sorontar

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    exactly, you zoom it with flash ( you just zoom in, i will program the mouse will later) , the advantage is you just change the sql query and show only the province you want at that time.

    example, if you just show it to one ruler, you just need to had it to the ruler and he will only see the portion of the map that he knows.

    if you see any text missing on province, let me know I will correct that (made it without pause so I may have some miss or fine out my database have some error.)

    When I have finish will all I want to do, I will make it available.

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