Request for a quote on Google Maps Install on my site and to mashup with another site. Here are following examples of active sites with Google Maps. Mine will be a combination of their existing functionalities: - [url removed, login to view] - [url removed, login to view] Please click on any marker/point. - [url removed, login to view] Please click on any marker/point. I am a bit confused on the size of the map used. Basing from the other Google Maps I've checked, there are various sizes. So is this relative to the user or are they just older versions? This question will be obvious to coders who have installed this before. Here is the URL for reference: [url removed, login to view] a. Will show interested coder the sample sizes I've seen. b. Will appreciate a quote that is FAIR to both of us. c. Will provide you my Google API. Best, Market
1. Google Maps installed in my site and will mashup with an existing site. 2. This project will serve as a template for me to clone customized google maps in my other sites after adjustments. Therefore: Will need a guide or info tags within the coded page as to what to change to adapt to other sites PLUS other instructions coder will deem appropriate to enable a non- programmer / non-tech user the template. 3. CSS should be thematic with existing site. 4. All other deliverables will be detailed upon brainstorming with the experienced/google maps knowledgable coder before he/she accepts project. This is so because coder may recommend an element of design to make the site more functional with Google Maps.
From Google Maps API Documentation: Google Maps is not compatible with every web browser. Google Maps currently supports recent versions of Firefox/Mozilla, IE 5.5+, Safari 1.2+, and sort of supports Opera. IE 5.0 is not supported. Since different applications require different behaviors for users with incompatible browsers, the Maps API provides a global method (GBrowserIsCompatible()) to check compatibility, but it does not have any automatic behavior for incompatible browsers. The script [url removed, login to view] will parse on almost every browser without errors, so you can safely include the script before checking for compatibility. None of the examples in this document besides the one above check for GBrowserIsCompatible(), nor do they print any message for older browsers. Clearly real applications should do something more friendly, but we have omitted these checks to make the examples more readable.