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Google API and Google Loader

What this can help with?

12:13 am on Dec 14, 2010 (gmt 0)

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HI guys,

This will probably be a very dummy question to ask, but still need to know it.

Can someone help me to understand what Google loader actually does?

For example what this piece of code actually helps with:

<script src="https://www.google.com/jsapi?key=ABQIAAAAtUGpqHRjfB62s-vWDCffdhSBI8wxpWT04KLzgJtBPEuGvyzuyBSqakV8Tfb39zJNsjYhNamodRjOSA" type="text/javascript"></script>

Also what steps need to be taken before this code can end up being on the page?

Since google does not provide plain English explanation on either of this anywhere I thought I may have some luck here.

Thanks to all of you
7:00 pm on Dec 20, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Hey guys,

Got another annoying question. Does anyone know how can I implement this

To display pictures like it done on [vertex42.com...] this website when clicked.

Now I do understand that there has been jdquery code implemented but how I do not get it. Can anyone help me out here?

2:10 pm on Dec 29, 2010 (gmt 0)

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The first post is a google maps api code for displaying the proper map code with the correct lats and longitude for specific locations -- it's riddled with a ton of ajax scripts like mootools which adds more effects to the site

The second question of getting jQuery to work is -- first see where you want to use the javascript version of MySQL querying which is jQuery. Then implement the code using examples on google code and around the web regarding jQuery - there are many tutorials. The fact that the script is hosted with google code = not so much stress on your server.

Example -- look at the vertex42 source code and copy the code where the images are and make sure you have the correct css page and the rest and then recreate the page to copy the way things work with the jQuery language