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Current Examples / Re: How existing one-place study websites use maps
« on: 15 February 2016, 16:46:05 »
Gloucester Road Bishopton, and Farndon are both using maps that I would like to develop for my own (Herne Bay) site.
I am currently populating a My Google Earth map, but being a crowded seaside town, it already looks very crowded with pins and house names, etc. Having a hover, or hand pointing to a point on the map, then taking you to a separate page with the information on it, looks like a great way of getting (potentially) a good deal of information into a tiny point. ;)

Current Needs / Re: I'd love it if there were a system like this ...
« on: 15 February 2016, 09:39:22 »
Hi Peter - I think you've covered all one-place mapping wishes on my own list, and a few besides! I hope your passion for mapping and OPS is infectious, and that this website forum becomes the natural place to come for the inspiration and information about mapping for local history.

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