- Create a Customized Google Maps for Your Website and Documentation
Create a Customized Google Maps for Your Website and Documentation

Sexy Google Maps With jQuery (Interactive Maps Version)

Sexy Google Maps With jQuery

Script Name: Sexy Google Maps With jQuery (Interactive Maps Version)
Version: 1.0
License: Free for personal website and non-profit organization
Official Website:
Released Date: 2012/02/15
Last Updated:: 2013/06/25

This script helps to present a Google Maps to your visitors without change the website layout. When mouse over the address link, a thumbnail of the address will be displayed. When click on the address link, a large Google Maps will popup on the screen. The details of the maps could be seen from the popups.



It's Ok to have several links of maps in the same page. For example, your company might have several offices in different locations. You could have them listed like below:

Installation Guide

Step 1: Upload the folder "sexy_gmaps" and all files under it to your web server.

Step 2: Add the code below in between the web page <head> ... </head> tags:
<script src="sexy_gmaps/jquery.1.7.min.js" type="text/javascript" /></script>
<script src="sexy_gmaps/sexy_gmaps.min.js" type="text/javascript" /></script>
<link href="sexy_gmaps/sexy_gmaps.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
Step 3:
Convert your address to decimal-based latitude and longitude coordinates. Please goto the url:

New code tool for MapsEasy script is available. This helps to generate the HTML code that MapsEasy script needs.(New!)

Step 4:
Replace the latitude and longitude coordinates in below code and put it on anywhere that you want it to be displayed.
<a href="#" class="sexy_gmaps" rel="33.8095512,-117.9276538" title="The Address Title">My Location Link </a> Note:
Latitude and Longitude must be in decimal-based and separated by the symbol ",".
The Address Title: The title will be applied on the popup screen.
My Location Link: Could be changed to any text, your own image or icon.

Google Maps Usage Limits

The script is developed with newest Google Maps JavaScript API v3. Google has set a limitation of their maps free access. For-profit web sites are permitted to generate up to 25,000 map loads per day by using the Google Maps JavaScript API v3. If your sites that exceed the limits, you'll need to purchase a Google Maps API for Business license from Google Inc. and you need to do it by yourself.