Thursday, August 16, 2007

Google Map API

Have you ever wondered how the google map works?

I could not resist not to "ctrl+v" it!

The always helpful Tech-Recipes has come up with an ingenious way to find latitude and longitude values for any location using Google Maps.

You'll first need to look up an address (duh), but this trick only works if the address is centered (it's centered by default). So, moving the map around will not make this work. When the address you want to find latitude and longitude for is dead center, copy and paste this code into your browser bar:


The source is

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Love it!!! (Virtual Earth)

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