*light ding*…- [Voiceover] Let's take a look at one solution…to this new location challenge.…Scroll down to the map…and here is the original Hollywood location,…which I've renamed H+ Sport Hollywood.…And then H+ Sport in Chavez Ravine,…which is the location of Dodgers Stadium.…So the map has been re-centered…so we can see them both nicely.…Each has its own popup.…
And that pretty much takes care of it.…So let's see the code.…Basically what I've done, is duplicated almost…everything that I did with the original…and just renamed some variables.…So up here, I have the store location…for the Hollywood location.…And the one for the new location in Chavez Ravine.…So first I found the Chavez Ravine location by geocoding,…which we'll look at in a second.…And then for the center point,…I moved the map around until I had both the points centered…and then I used the get center method…we looked at previously to get the new location.…
That center point is passed in as the center of the map.…And then down here, I have my popups.…
- Working with the DOM
- Creating maps with the Google Maps API
Skill Level Beginner
Productivity Tips for Web Designerswith Sue Jenkins5h 25m Appropriate for all
2. Writing and Debugging
3. Working with Forms
4. A Matter of Time
5. Using the Google Maps API
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