It is assumed you know how to create a GPX file of your track, if not G7ToWin is very simple to use, just upload the track from your GPS unit and Save As a GPX file.
There are just 3 files, a web page
gpx_track.html, and the
gpx_track.js, and a test GPX file
test.gpx download the zip file from here (23 KB)>/p>
gpx_track.html, replace our API key with yours, if you want to
modify the map size change the 600 values to a size you prefer:->/p>
<div id="map" style="width: 600px; height: 600px; border: 1px solid black;"></div>
var gbCheckTime = false; // set to true to enable time checking
var gbDebug = false; // false to turn off debugging
var gTimeInc = 20000; // Milliseconds between way points
||A GPX track can have thousands of way points in it, to reduce the
amount, which speeds up the drawing the track via your browser, set
It is recommended that this is used, I have my GPS set to save way points every 20 seconds, this considerably reduces the memory the GPS unit requires, and produces a much smaller GPX file. I tend to use my GPS when I am walking, in 20 seconds I have not walked very far.
||To output some debug info set this to:-
||The time, in milliseconds, between way points.
The assumption is made that the track way points start from the earliest to the latest, sometimes this may not be the case. If you use G7toWin check that the first track element does not have today's date and time, if it is simply delete this element by right clicking on it.
The GPX file should look something like this, it is a text file so it can be viewed in any text editor.