If the info in the "list" matched the markers on the "map", or at least
if the ones that didn't match were displayed differently. (Does the
"list" contain properties that have no .status, but the "map" omits
If it didn't do that weird scrolling when you click an item in the
"list". Every time I click on an item in the "list", it scrolls part of
the "map" off the screen and I have to scroll it back.
If your code to match the zoom level to the displayed markers wasn't off
by 1 zoom level. (The code looks good to me, but I have to zoom out one
step to see all the markers, so something's not quite right.)
I like it. It's to the point. No extraneous eye candy to distract from the purpose of the page.
The page does an odd jump when I click on a marker. It looks like it scrolls up. I set the browser window size to 1024x768. When I click the marker, the page scrolls up so that the last line on the page (the disclaimer) is visible. Could it be the </font></div> below the </body>? An html validator such as the one at http://validator.w3.org/ can help to reduce the number of diagnostics.
creaturita: looks cute, but I can't understand the language. Also, why
the Microsoft ad for ASP.NET.2.0? The invalid (script before html?)
code has 20 warnings, if I was involved in the development of
ASP.NET.2.0 tools, it's not something I'd brag about! ;)
Anrake: I like Guide to Japanese Castles, looks good and works well.