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hi guys,

i dont know if this is the right forum for my question.

i have seen this site: http://directory.myhammer.co.uk/london

and have noticed the google map on right side changes when i scroll down and look a particular entry, the map goes to that entry that i am looking at.

can you tell how it works? thanks

RE: Google maps

So, you build the site?  Or what?  This is the web designers forum.  Are you the web designer, or a visitor to the site?  If a visitor to the site, you need to contact the site admin/support.

RE: Google maps

The other thing to note is that there is nothing secret about that site. Just do a view source, and follow through the javascript. You will find a lot of it is standard GoogleMap functions.

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