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IE7 problem

Thread began 8/10/2009 11:42 pm by info373020 | Last modified 8/12/2009 1:06 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1346 views | 5 replies |

info373020

IE7 problem

Hi! I am having a problem seeing the full map in IE7....Firefox works fine, but IE has half of the map greyed out, and the other side of the box has a partial map.

HELP!

Thanks,

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tom250037Beta Tester

I am having the exact same problem. I posted a month or so ago and got no answers. The newest version has not made any difference. I notice that sometimes it does not zoom to the right level, and ends up showing the entire US, instead of one city. This happens in safari as well, but firefox works perfectly.
Any ideas?

Tom

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tom250037Beta Tester

Last night after trying again to fix this, I recreated the map on a blank page and uploaded it to the server, and it worked fine.
I then applied my DW template to the page, and uploaded it, and once again I had the problem in IE of the map only half displaying, or having the wrong zoom (zoomed way out).

After trying one thing after another, I discovered that when I had the map div inside a table cell that is behaved strangely. I removed the table, and used floated divs and the problem went away.

I don't know if this is the same issue that you are experiencing, but it worked for me.

Tom

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This is a problem that can occur when the map is added to a template.

To work around the issue, find the following script tag:
<script type="text/javascript" src="google_javascript/wagmp_maps.js">/*wagmp*/</script>

and move it to be just before the </html> tag at the bottom of the page.

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info373020

Thanks!

Guys thanks so much for the replies....

Jason, your the man, it works great now. The directions do not show up however.

Thoughts?

Sean

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Can you post a link so I can look into the code?

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