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Brandon Whiteley 5 years ago • updated by Jake Wilson (Lead Developer) 3 years ago 5

In doing so, people can easily add your website's server-specific URL (i.e. PS2Maps.com/Waterson) to their favorites list, streamlining the functionality by taking them instantly to their server's continent maps.

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Yes we are planning on doing this.  In fact we are going to create a global view type of page for each server, where you can see all the active territories for each continent, along with statistic like "What % of the territories each faction controls" and "How many of each type of resource each faction is currently getting on each continent"

Under review

Can you elaborate on what you mean?

Planned

Yes we are planning on doing this.  In fact we are going to create a global view type of page for each server, where you can see all the active territories for each continent, along with statistic like "What % of the territories each faction controls" and "How many of each type of resource each faction is currently getting on each continent"

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Started

Yes we are planning on doing this.  In fact we are going to create a global view type of page for each server, where you can see all the active territories for each continent, along with statistic like "What % of the territories each faction controls" and "How many of each type of resource each faction is currently getting on each continent"

You might be interested into reading about this since you are using a lot of AJAX/Javascript views.


https://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/DOM/Manipulating_the_browser_history


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