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Dynamic Driving Directions for Dummies?

Thread began 12/18/2009 12:33 pm by dougdye381447 | Last modified 12/18/2009 1:42 pm by dougdye381447 | 5435 views | 4 replies


Dynamic Driving Directions for Dummies?

I'm a WYSIWYG guy who has designed websites for a lot of clients, but I am NOT a coder, which is why I use Dreamweaver.

Our clients love Google Maps Pro, but I have utterly failed at creating a map with dynamic driving directions.

I found no real help in the documentation or the forum except for this thread:

I created the form and linked the fields to it, but nothing happens.

Do I need a database? Is there a tutorial for dummies that can help me? I love the product, except for this one feature, which would be great if I had step by step instructions for implementing it.

Here's what I have so far:

Thanks for any help.

Doug Dye

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