Create Clickable Maps

A clickable map lets you link shapes on a map to different websites, or even pages on your own website. An example might be a real-estate page where you want clicking on different regions to go to pages with properties related to those regions.

Clicking on any of the shapes below will take you to the country's respective wikipedia article.

How to Create a Clickable Map

1. Add overlays and click edit in the layer panel
First you will want to add some shapes to the map using the drawing tools. After that you will want to click on the pencil icon in the layer panel.

2. Add Your Website Link
In the prompt that follows input the website URL you want to link to in the "Clickable Link" input and select the window you want the link to open in.


You can open in three types of windows: 

Same Window: This will open up the website/page in the same window you are currently on.
New Window: This will open up the website/page in a new window/tab.
_devCustomFrame: This will open up the website/page in the frame with id of "_devCustomFrame". This can be used by developers if they want the map to control different portions of the current page.

Get An Embed

Once you are done specifying your clickable regions, you can then go to menu > get embed to get the embed code for your website or blog.  

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