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Inserting Dynmap onto your website for Minecraft!

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Well I have recently got a few questions about how I added my Dynmap onto my Enjin website, simple!

I use iframe on a HTML module, works fine. iFrame below:

<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.
Example - http://citi-build.com/livemap
Plugin Information - http://forums.bukkit.org/threads/489



TUTORIAL:
1) Firstly create a HTML Module and give it a name.
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2) Secondly go onto the HTML Module you have created and go onto (HTML) and insert..
<iframe src="http://YOURSERVERIP:8123/" width="100%" height="1200"> <p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p> </iframe>


3) Once you have done all that it should look a little like this, (REMEMBER to insert onto the HTML tab! And remember to change the IP to your server IP the dynmap and Minecraft server is ran on.
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4) Now all of this is done you want to create a Page and insert whatever you wish including your Livemap HTML Module you created earlier. It will look a little like this:
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The outcome - http://www.citi-build.com/livemapexample

Well I hope that helped for those who want a Dynmap on there Enjin website, any questions just ask! :)


Posted Dec 3, 11 · OP · Last edited Dec 3, 11
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Thanks for the help.
Posted Dec 16, 11
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Or, if you wanted a whole page version, you can add a "MAP" header at the top (Hyperlink) and use the link as http://<YOURSERVERIP>:8123/ eg, Here
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Doesnt work for me <iframe src="http://YOURSERVERIP:8123/" width="100%" height="1200">
<p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p>
</iframe>

whats the bit your browser does not support iframes
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Quick question,
I just got my server hosted by fragnet. Before that, I've always hosted my own server and dynmap worked fine using localhost. Now, using a hosted server, I can't figure out how to configure dynmap. I'm planning on embedding it on my site once it's working....but I can't seem to get it working...

Any info??
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How do I get it to load on Safari on an iPod Touch 4th gen.?
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Robert wrote:
Quick question,
I just got my server hosted by fragnet. Before that, I've always hosted my own server and dynmap worked fine using localhost. Now, using a hosted server, I can't figure out how to configure dynmap. I'm planning on embedding it on my site once it's working....but I can't seem to get it working...

Any info??

That may be a better question served by talking with your Minecraft server provider. They should be able to help you set it up. I was fed up trying to set it up myself one day and I just emailed my Minecraft host in frustration and they were able to set it up for me for free.
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fubzey wrote:
Doesnt work for me <iframe src="http://YOURSERVERIP:8123/" width="100%" height="1200">
<p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p>
</iframe>
whats the bit your browser does not support iframes

Remeber to change the server IP to your one of course & the extra part is if users don't have a good enough browser which supports it.
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I did the embed thing like u said Redemption, but for some reason on my page that i created the code is just showing up in the main container. I dont really know what else to do, anybody got any ideas? Here is my site btw: http://elitegamingassociation.enjin.com/
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to do this you need to create a new page, create a new HTML module and insert <iframe src="http://YOURSERVERIP:8123/" width="100%" height="1200"> into the HTML source tab, you are inserting source code. for a better size map turn off the sidebars on the page and place the module in the center section. that is it.
Posted May 13, 12
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