I’m posting some links to earlier posts on Cmaps, just to make them a little easier to find. I also made a menu link on The Internet Course site for posts tagged cmap. Some of the posts aren’t there because they were tagged in the plural. This is an example of why it is important for people (including myself) to remember to use consistent tags. If it’s not spelled right, it’s not there.
Cmaps as web pages links to several help pages, and tries to walk through the process of getting a map linked in a blog post. Basically:
1. Upload the map JPG, GIF, and HTML files to your server using Cpanel and File Manager.
2. In WordPress, embed the JPG file in a blog post, like you would do with any image.
3. In WordPress, set the URL that the images links to to the URL for the HTML file you uploaded
Cmap Tools looks at a couple maps from an earlier semester as examples.
If anyone runs into trouble, let me or Jim know the problem and we’ll see what we can do to help.