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Multiple Pages/Maps in one directory

Thread began 12/02/2009 9:26 am by ztechinc282425 | Last modified 12/04/2009 12:35 pm by ztechinc282425 | 1573 views | 9 replies


Well, we reworked all the pages by hand.

How is it supposed to work? Should the process create multiple "_maps" files that point to the individual "map_?" files?

Is there supposed to be multiple "if(window.wagmp_map_?) wagmp_map_?();" statements in the "_maps" file?

I am not a Javascript coder so I don't understand the language, but aren't these statements supposed to test if a file exists and then run/load it? If so, how does it know which one to load.

If needed, I can create a new set of files/maps in a different directory, since these pages have gone live (another helper modified the code to make it so that we don't have to have multiple pages - it just switches the map - a cool idea for the next release of GMP).

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  That change may have worked, but is not necessary, there is something else going wrong.

I have created plenty of maps in the same site and had them work correctly, I can guarantee you that there is not a problem in tool that is causing this.

To get to the real cause of the problem, I would need to be able to see the issue in the browser.  

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