Knowledgebase: Web Development
Adding Google Maps to your website
Posted by - NA - on 13 January 2011 09:41 PM
Google Maps has made it much easier to find places on the Web than its predecessors. Before Google Maps, having a map on a web site meant reloading the whole document every time visitors clicked a directional arrow (or zoom control) to move around the map. Google Maps simply replaces the map section and leaves the rest of the page as it was. This excerpt will show you how to add Google Map content to your own site.

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The above PDF excerpt is from the following book:

Web Development Solutions: Ajax, APIs, Libraries, and Hosted Services Made Easy
Summary: There is potentially a lot of complicated code involved in creating cutting edge "Ajax style" web applications, but a lot of the hard work has already done for you! This book will show how to make the most of what's available.

PDF Excerpts are provided free to all NSDesign customers thanks to "friends of Ed" - providing web designers and developers with titles needed to lead and then to stay ahead of the pack.
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