Joor Loohuis, 2009-11-13
- A Google Map with company logo and travel directions
Joor Loohuis, 2009-08-24
A Google Map is a nice attribute for a company website. In the blink of an eye visitors can see where you are located. The posibility for a prospective customer to get travel directions is a very useful addition. Using the company logo to indicate the exact location adds the finishing touch. All this is actually quite simple to set up, as this article shows.
- Using OpenStreetMaps with the Google Maps API
Joor Loohuis, 2009-08-06
It is relatively easy to add a new map type to Google Maps, provided you have access to a tile server. As an example, we use the OpenStreetMaps data set to display a map that doesn't have all the usage restrictions that the regular map types have.
- Prototype: selecting elements by id or name in Internet Explorer
Joor Loohuis, 2009-04-21
Selecting HTML elements by id using Prototype turns out to have a little quirk in Internet Explorer 7 and earlier, where the selected element may not have the specified value in the id attribute, but the name attribute in stead.