Clusters with custom polygon appearance

Show a custom styled polygon for the extent of clustered markers

<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta charset=utf-8 />
<title>Clusters with custom polygon appearance</title>
<meta name='viewport' content='initial-scale=1,maximum-scale=1,user-scalable=no' />
<script src=''></script>
<link href='' rel='stylesheet' />
  body { margin:0; padding:0; }
  #map { position:absolute; top:0; bottom:0; width:100%; }
<script src=''></script>
<link href='' rel='stylesheet' />
<link href='' rel='stylesheet' />

<div id='map'></div>

L.mapbox.accessToken = '<your access token here>';
// Here we don't use the second argument to map, since that would automatically
// load in non-clustered markers from the layer. Instead we add just the
// backing tileLayer, and then use the featureLayer only for its data.
var map ='map')
    .setView([40.73, -74.011], 13)

// Since featureLayer is an asynchronous method, we use the `.on('ready'`
// call to only use its marker data once we know it is actually loaded.
L.mapbox.featureLayer('').on('ready', function(e) {
    // The clusterGroup gets each marker in the group added to it
    // once loaded, and then is added to the map
    var clusterGroup = new L.MarkerClusterGroup({
      // This option sets custom options for the L.Polygon that's drawn when
      // the user hovers over the icon for a marker cluster. The options
      // given here are taken from the L.Path options:
      polygonOptions: {
        fillColor: '#3887be',
        color: '#3887be',
        weight: 2,
        opacity: 1,
        fillOpacity: 0.5
    }); {
to create your own custom map and use it in this example.
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