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Google Pro Maps error and multiple locations

Thread began 8/10/2015 4:24 pm by Charles | Last modified 9/03/2015 1:10 pm by Charles | 1599 views | 27 replies

Charles

'Location_ID' is the correct column name and '2' is the correct location ID so I copy/pasted just as you show it replacing the isdefault line to:
isdefault: <?php echo($row_Locations['Location_ID']==2?"true":"false")); ?>,
but I'm getting syntax errors when I paste in that line and the locations.php doesn't render at all as it did before the change. Maybe a minor punctuation issue? I did redo the map so that the label will now show the actual address - file attached- but I don't think that changes anything as I get the same syntax error when I made the change on that file I attached previously.
Please let me know. Thanks again.

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wagmp_map_10.php

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