The Visitor's Map showed a map of the world and where web visitors were located that visited these pages. The Third-Party entities that provide such a service base the data on the user's IP address, and what it indicates in a database of known IP address locations. The IP locations were based on the Internet Service Providers. Sometimes that data could be far off. For example, an ISP based in Atlanta, Georga providing service for Birmingham, Alabama would cause the map to look like a visitor from Atlanta on the map. As more and more ISP companies merge their services, the map becomes more unreliable as a true indication of visitor locations. The Third-Party entity that provided the service we used has discontinued the service. We are looking for a more suitable party to do a better job. So far, the ones available have their own errors, preventing the code from validating properly. Honestly, you didn't miss much.