Can anyone help me?

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I want to have a Google Map where I can have a placemark on the map, which contains two links. I would like to know the HTML code that would allow these links to open a container on the right hand side of the page. A bit like the Lightbox but, instead of opening in a pop up window, I would like it to open a DIV on the page. The Container would contain either an Accordion or some SpryTabbedPanels.

If anyone could help me with this, I would be really greatful!

A screenshot of what I would like it to look like is below:


I also do not mind whether the container starts there or not.

Thanks!
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Hello Andi

I am not aware of a way to do this. I hope that someone on this forum may have had experience with this and be able to assist you.
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I want to have a Google Map where I can have a placemark on the map, which contains two links. I would like to know the HTML code that would allow these links to open a container on the right hand side of the page. A bit like the Lightbox but, instead of opening in a pop up window, I would like it to open a DIV on the page. The Container would contain either an Accordion or some SpryTabbedPanels.

If anyone could help me with this, I would be really greatful!

A screenshot of what I would like it to look like is below:


I also do not mind whether the container starts there or not.

Thanks!

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Can anyone help me?.
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As far as I know, Google maps aren't working with custom JS or Jquery popups. A few weeks ago I did a project with Gmaps with custom marker information popups, but I had to use GMaps' inbuild sources.

There's nothing to do with HTML. I think GMaps docs has plenty of examples for such tasks.
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I am looking to create something like: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/gettingarou...

but I would not know where to start!
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Hi Andi,

Gosh, Sanja is certainly the queen of HTML at Yola. I am not sure if I can offer much more then she can, but, I would suggest taking a peek at the Google Maps page: http://maps.google.com/help/maps/getmaps/index.html.

They offer both a quick and advanced option for adding maps and also an overview of their API or API Premier option.

Since I do not have training in Google Maps, I am unsure whether what you are requesting is possible, though, I am confident if you browse around the Google Maps Help page you may find further information to assist with this.

Looking forward to see what you come up with!