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Post  Jaark on Fri Jan 27, 2012 12:30 am

Ive found some solutions on how to EMBED the dynmap.

Source 1 -Dynmap FAQ
How can I integrate Dynmap on my website?

Make sure Dynmap is available for anyone on a certain URL. If you've done portforwarding, this will likely be something like http://youripaddress:8123 . If you've hosted Dynmap on your webserver, this will likely be something like http://yourwebsite/map/ .

Then you can use an iframe to integrate Dynmap in your website. You might need some HTML knowledge, but if you're using a CMS there will likely be an option to add an iframe. The HTML-code of that iframe will look like:

Code:
<iframe src="http://youripaddress:8123/" width="800" height="600" />


Source 2 - Enjin Forums
I use iframe on a HTML module, works fine. iFrame below:

Code:
<iframe src="http://YOURSERVERIP:8123/" width="100%" height="1200">
  <p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p>
</iframe>
Add that code into a HTML module and then onto a page, it will create a iframe of the Dynmap onto the page you added the HTML module, hope that helped.


Hope this helps you somewhat get it on the website, if this does not work, then I doubt it is possible.
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