My apologies if the title is coma-inducing, it was hard to put what this quiz is about into words.
My criteria for choosing countries was based on how many cities were famous in the country and imagery on the flag (ie no complex shapes).
The ID's are anything you want them to be and are alreayd attached to the state/region/other path. Here is a screencap I took, the ID is highlighted in blue, which you should type in the hint column on your quiz.
OK. What is class = border for? Can you also give me more information about Notepad and Fill and Strok? You didn't answer one of my questions (or if so, I didn't understand), but I shouldn't have explained it properly.
Do you know about the site you referred me to, with all those SVG's? I opened one and downloaded it. It was in PDF. Where will I get his information?
Example: With the file that I showed you, I went to Minify to try to reduce it. He gave me many letters and numbers that corresponded to the SVG. I pasted it into Notepad and saved the file to send to Jetpunk. How do I do this with the website you refer? Do I have to decrease it too to get the information?
I'm not sure I understood your earlier question, as there is no need to get information for the SVG. class=border tells Jetpunk what each path is, and while not technically necessary, it is important if you want your map to have clean borders whn zooming in.
On that website, all you have to do is click download and it should give you an SVG file. There is no need to reduce anything unless it exceeds 600KB (I still don't know how to reduce an SVG, as I find it hard to exceed the limit). I'm not sure I understand why it gives you a PDF file, as my technical knowledge is limited to what I learned while making maps for Jetpunk.
Here is an example of an SVG in Notepad++. You may add the class to each path as shown in the image. I usually use ctrl+f to find and replace inkscape:connector-curvature="0" with class=border since the first is reduntant (not important, but saves loads of time). I also recommend editing in Inkscape first and then Notepad++, otherwise the formatting in Notepad++ might be in a less straightforwards layout.
Once again, I only ever needed two programs for any given map, from start to finish.