Is there a possibility to add a page counter to my map (created with uMap)? Thx in advance for your hints.

asked 17 Jul '19, 13:51

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I'm not aware of a way to do it directly into the map.

I think your best bet would be to embed the uMap into another webpage and have the page counter there. You could pretty easily set up a Github Pages website or some other free service that would do the trick, and add the page counter code into that (e.g. this one).

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answered 19 Jul '19, 01:36

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Thx four your hint. I do it in a similar way. But people find the map by spiders / crawlers, and these will find more text in the map than in the webpage. So people will find my map but not my webpage. Example: notizen2019.netzjahre.com/2019/08/feringasee_01

(02 Aug '19, 16:29) osmwichtel

I tried the counter of andyhoppe.com and I put this code into the description field of the map: [[h-t-t-p://www.andyhoppe.com|{{//c.andyhoppe.com/123xxx}}]] It looks good. My problem is solved. h-t-t-p is only in this comment to cancel http.

(03 Aug '19, 21:58) osmwichtel
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