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Thread began 1/04/2012 12:57 pm by contact419428 | Last modified 1/04/2012 3:22 pm by Jason Byrnes | 707 views | 1 replies |


Google Maps Pro


I have a database field within mysql, that stores postcodes a member selects. They get stored in the following format 'BR7,SE9,BR1' .

So comma separated.

When I retrieve these in google pro maps, it only displays a marker for the first post code and not all of them, how can I get it to recognize that after a comma its a new postcode?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This is not supported by Pro maps for google.

it would require extensive had coding to accomplish this.

you would need to use the PHP implode() function to convert the comma separated list to an array, then hand code the map javascript to loop through the array and create a new address for each item in the array.

if you want assistance doing this, i would suggest signing up for a primer support ticket where we could work with you in a one on one screen sharing session.

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