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Clustering Markers On Leaflet Maps

So you’re creating an interactive map using Leaflet and have diligently added your 8107 markers to the map. Uh-oh. Definitely slow and pretty much doesn’t provide a user experience. What do we do now? There’s a great plugin for Leaflet called Leaflet.markercluster by Dave Leaver which will save us. This plugin clusters the markers and […]

     

Creating An Interactive Map With Leaflet and OpenStreetMap

I’ve known for a while that the interactive map of the world showing some of my bloodstain pattern analysis software customers was kind of slow. I also knew that I was using a very outdated version of Google’s API for displaying the data. Yesterday I decided to take a look at it to see what […]

     

WP-Syntax Style Sheet Order Fix

I’m using Ryan McGeary‘s excellent WP-Syntax plugin for syntax highlighting of code in WordPress. [It is now maintained by Steve Zahm.] Update [7 Apr 2014]: I’m, uh, no longer using Ryan’s WP-Syntax plugin… I switched to Crayon Syntax Highlighter so I could have more control over the layout. The examples below are using Crayon now. […]

     

Techozoic Fluid Child Theme CSS

So I’m using Jeremy Clark‘s Techozoic Fluid WordPress theme for this site. Kinda cool, eh? I wanted to modify and minify the style.css file and make a couple of other changes. Given these other changes, I decided the best solution was to make a WordPress child theme. So I followed the instructions and expected that […]