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    plotaroute admin Wednesday 01 Jun 2016 10:14:08

    Hi Derek - It looks like you've just got the link to the route map on your website rather than the full HTML code needed to embed the map.  Maybe the content management system you are using has stripped out the iframe code?  You'll need to copy and paste the full embed code we provide and ensure that this unchnaged when you publish your web page. 

    John

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    Derek Heffernan Tuesday 31 May 2016 17:43:07

    Hello, I've embedded maps on my website https://bikingwithkidsadventure.wordpress.com/2016/05/28/wonder-filled-washington-our-route-part-1/ and the map doesn't show when I load it.  It just shows a hyperlink.  I'm on a laptop using Google Chrome.  Thanks for any help!

    Derek

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    John CUNNINGHAM Wednesday 20 Apr 2016 07:47:46

    Thanks for the response. /John

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    plotaroute admin Monday 18 Apr 2016 10:16:31

    Hi John - glad you like ths site.  At present I'm afraid there are only two options to override the default embedded maps settings - the units and map type.  I've added your suggestion to our feature request list though (number 51), so anyone interested in this can vote for it there.

    John

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    John CUNNINGHAM Sunday 17 Apr 2016 22:33:07

    Hi, great site.

    I found a syntax to display the embedded animation in kilometers and to choose a particular map type. What other options are supported? The playback speed is a bit to fast for what i would like to do, and I would like to add the time (set the start time with a set pace, default pace of 6 is fine). Is it possible to set the playback speed in the embedded html? Is it possible to have the time of day also shown. 

    /John

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    plotaroute admin Monday 28 Dec 2015 09:23:21

    The easiest way to do this is to download the route as a GPX Track file.  You can open this in any text editor and see all the coordinates.

    John

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    Thomas Niklasson Sunday 27 Dec 2015 15:22:46

    Thank you John

    Another question. How can i get the coordinates for the starting point on a route?

    Thomas

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    plotaroute admin Sunday 27 Dec 2015 10:46:24

    The embedded maps features all all included by default - there is no option to change this at present I'm afraid.  If you want to include a simple map on your blog without all the features offered by the embedded maps, your best option is to download an image of the route and use this instead.

    John

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    Thomas Niklasson Saturday 26 Dec 2015 22:33:43

    Great 

    Is it possible to information and functions like download and just have the animation?

    BR

    Thomas

     

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    Ron North Friday 05 Jun 2015 12:48:07

    Hi John

     

    I agree with you, the problem does appear to be with Chrome or ChromeOS - Was on the latest stable version (43.0.2357.81) now on Beta (44.0.2403.25), problem not resolved.

     

    Thanks for your time and effort - I rate Plotaroute very highly, and look forward to using it on a regular basis.

     

    Ron

     

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