Dec 062011
 

I finally added an embed widget to TrackMyTour. The widget allows you to add a link to your website or blog to overlay your TrackMyTour map. This is best explained with an example:

Click here to see the TrackMyTour widget in action!

This is nice since it provides the full TrackMyTour experience to your followers without having them leave your website or blog.

To find the embed link, open the map and click the “Embed” link just above the waypoint list.  This will return a snippet of HTML to paste into your website or blog.

Embed Link on TrackMyTour

Embed Link on TrackMyTour

  2 Responses to “Embed Your TrackMyTour Maps”

  1. Hello, I think TrackMyTour is excellent but I cannot embed my waypoint map in my blog? I don’t have the facility above Waypoint to instruct the App to embed (as shown in your graphic). Do I have an old edition of TrackMyTour or is there some screen I have not accessed?

    Thanks

    Tony

    • Hi Tony: Things have changed a little since that blog post. Make sure you are logged in on the site and then view your map. To the left will be a menu “Export & Embed”. Here you will find the link to “Add to my website or blog”. I hope this helps!

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