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Street View onload

Thread began 4/15/2015 11:14 am by m79618373377 | Last modified 4/16/2015 2:34 pm by Ray Borduin | 273 views | 1 replies |


Street View onload


Basically I have the same question as:

In effect, I want Street View to appear when the page loads. I know this must involve adding some code manually and I assume it involves the panoramic layer but I have no idea how to implement it.

The instructions from the above link are no longer relevant as Google Maps Pro has been updated since this posting, so can anyone supply me with new instructions?

Not that I think it makes any difference but I am using addresses NOT long and lat co-ordinates.


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

OK I managed to get this working on my test page.... first you will have to add a function to the page. I added it right above the </body> tag.

function add_street(mapobj) {
var street = wagmp_map_5_obj.points[0];
var panoramaOptions = {
position: street,
pov: {
heading: 34,
pitch: 10
var panorama = new google.maps.StreetViewPanorama(document.getElementById('wagmp_map_5'), panoramaOptions);

You will have to replace the three references to 'wagmp_map_5' in the script with the map object name on your page (the id of the div the map loads into).

Then open up the actual map script page and do a find to get the line that ends with: ".infowindows.push(infowindow);"

Immediately after that line, you can add a line that will force the map into street view using the function I had you add to the page with this code:

if (isDefault) add_street();
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