Colm Buckley wrote:
> On 12 Feb 2006, at 11:00, Tony Groves wrote:
>>> I have a website which contains a link to Google Maps showing the
>> location of the company's premises:
>>http://maps.google.com/maps?q=53.3759N+6.3079W&t=k&ll=53.371885,-6.294479&spn=0.018563,0.042357&t=h>>>> That works fine, but one improvement I would like to make is to have
>> the "info bubble" show the premises name instead of its coordinates.
>> Anybody know if this is possible?
>> Yes, it is. You can use the Google Maps API to include arbitrary
> overlays and markers.
Thanks for that, Colm.
I was hoping I could avoid getting involved in the API; it looks
impressive but seems OTT for my simple needs. If anybody knows of a
"description" argument that I could just attach to the URL, that would
be be perfect.
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