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Thread began 12/02/2009 9:26 am by ztechinc282425 | Last modified 12/04/2009 12:35 pm by ztechinc282425 | 1334 views | 9 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Pro maps will create one wagmp_maps.js file. this will have a line in it for each map that is created.

For each map that is created, it will create a wagmp_map_<int>.js file. <int> is a variable that will start at 1 and increment for each map you create.

On the page, to display the map, there will be a div created as the map place holder:
<div id="wagmp_map_<int>" style="width: 300px; height: 300px;"></div>

the id of the div "id="wagmp_map_<int>"" along with the JS include line:
<script type="text/javascript" src="google_javascript/wagmp_map_<int>.js">/*wagmp*/</script>

control which map is loaded.

The code in the wagmp_maps.js:
if(window.wagmp_map_<int>) wagmp_map_<int>();

is testing for the div ID on the page, and loading the corresponding map.

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