Our Clustr Map

Here is a map showing all the different countries that have visited our class blog.

We have had over a 100 different countries visit which is pretty awesome! I wonder how many red dots we will have by the end of the year?


4 comments to Our Clustr Map

  • Hi – ClustrMaps Team here, and we just wanted to ‘beam in’ to say

    a) great to see your red dots growing! Congratualations!

    b) If you can arrange to change the HTML for your thumbnail map to the new Javascript version (this is now listed as the new code option [A] on your ClustrMaps Admin page, so can just be copied from there and pasted over the old code), then you will see much more frequent updates to your red dots, blinking yellow dots, and even Tweet Maps if you put in your Twitter Username (R9_RusselSt) where it says ‘Change Personal Details’.

    c) In fact adding the Twitter Username will work anyway, even if you can’t manage to switch to the Javascript version of the thumbnail map!

    Please feel free to contact us on Twitter (@clustrmaps) or email us (see http://www.clustrmaps.com/faq.htm#contact)if you have any questions about the above.

    All the best,

    -CJ on behalf of the ClustrMaps Team

  • What a great website and project. You have done an incredible job putting together this information and keeping stats on it. Good luck and greetings from The Netherlands!

  • The web is a wonderful place isn’t it! I would imagine that by now (I see this was written nearly a year ago) your red pins are much more pronounced. I take an active part in my childrens school here in the UK and the internet is becoming more and more a part of everyday teaching. At the weekend I took my kids to a trip to Mars (Google Mars) and navigated around the red planet – now thats what I call hands on teaching! Good luck with the visitors!

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