The maps look fantastic, Els and Nan! Will the main map page
get updated with the 2016 World Heritage Sites, too?
I did notice a couple of small fixes based on the map on my user page:
+ Al Ain is missing from United Arab Emirates. A quick glance at other user pages who have written reviews for the site show that it is missing from their maps, too.
+ Some of the special characters aren't working (particularly with umlauts or accents), which leads to shortened names of sites. Ones that I have noticed that need fixing are Göreme National Park, which currently reads as "G"; Parque Güell (for Works of Antoni Gaudí), which currently reads "Parque G"; and The Palau de la Música Catalana and the Hospital de Sant Pau, which currently reads as "Palau de la M". Is this something that must be manually fixed? I've noticed the special character issue is working for some sites, such as Brú na Bóinne and São Miguel das Missões (which is used as the center point for the Jesuit Missions of the Guaranis).
+ The links to the site pages on the user page maps appear to be broken
+ Finally, is there a way to have the official name of the WHS show up first in the title of each location marker on the user pages, followed by the particular component used as the primary component of the World Heritage Site? This feature is already in place on the site pages (i.e., Jesuit Missions of the Guaranis: São Miguel das Missões, and Tongariro National Park: First Component).
As a thought down the line, when site users complete their form for visited WHS, could there be a drop down menu for each site so that a user can highlight which component of the site they'd like to use as the primary component for the WHS on their user page map? I'm thinking of examples like the Australian Convict Sites, which defaults to Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area on Norfolk Island; I'd probably choose either Hyde Park Barracks or Fremantle Prison as the primary component for my user page map.
Ready to go now.
Have a great trip!