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From: Hugh Watkins <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Adding "Targets" to "Mapped" .jpg images
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 01:17:32 +0000
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I don't know how to do it
but layers with a redspot or arrowe
added over the photo as background might do it
you see it on professional map sites all the time
Location: B37 5BX United Kingdom
Grid ref: SP168868 Postcode district: B37 5xx (map centre)
X: 416900m Y: 286900m
Lat: 52:28:47N (52.4797) Lon: 1:45:10W (-1.7528)
"view source" reveals how they do it
if you click on the little camrera icon
it looks even better
"mouse over " shows the street names too
On 7/5/05, ancestors_r_us <> wrote:
> I know how to "map" an aerial photograph of a cemetery so that by clicking on a grave's location, the viewer will be taken to a "target" placed in the transcription page.
> Is there a way to place a "target" at "mapped" coordinates on the photograph so that by clicking on a link in the transcription page the viewer will be taken to the aerial photo page, with the "targeted" coordinates in the top-left corner (or center) of the screen?
> I do not wish to chop up the photo; as that will defeat the purpose of identifying where (relative to highway intersections, tree groupings, etc) in this VERY large cemetery, the headstone is located.
> I map and write code by hand with an old (pre-1995) wordprocessor program.
> Thanks for your "guru-help"
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