where in the world

After seeing Jason’s guest map I’ve decided to add one to my site as well. I’m curious to see who (if anyone) signs up on it. If there are any foreigners reading, now is your time to declare your nationality.

I modified the link in the sidebar to be a target link instead of using Javascript to open a new window, for the benefit of browsers that have problems with Javascript links. My justification for opening it in a new window is that the map has a close button and no link back to my site, so people could become confused. If it didn’t open in a new window, they might hit close and leave the site prematurely.


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  1. That’s a good idea to use a target link instead of the javascript. I’ll make the same modification to mine. I noticed that Chad d signed my guest map as well.

    Comment by jason on December 12, 2002 @ 6:26 pm
  2. Chad is spreading the love.

    I also changed the style for the image since Netscape 4.7x didn’t handle it appropriately. I don’t see the benefit of using CSS to turn off the border and set the size when the <img> tag already has border, width and height attributes.

    Comment by dan on December 12, 2002 @ 6:38 pm
  3. I’ve just changed mine to a link instead of a javascript link. I visited Chad’s site. He has a pretty impressive wardriving setup, and I also liked his forum page with a chat line set up. It’s pretty sick.

    Comment by jason on December 12, 2002 @ 7:21 pm
  4. His forum is powered by http://www.phpbb.com but I didn’t see a chat line anywhere. Do you have a link?

    Comment by dan on December 12, 2002 @ 7:40 pm
  5. Oh, my apologies. I didn’t look at it close enough. It’s just a forum called “the lounge”. What threw me off were the emoticons.

    Comment by jason on December 12, 2002 @ 9:21 pm

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