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Posted on 2009-05-15
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Okay, I have a big client wanting a solutions similar to Google Maps.

It will be a page where it will have a simple banner with a logo at the top, maybe 150px height. the rest 100% width and height a iFrame. Inside this iframe will load a LARGE image of a ship port map. I have all of this working great. only problem is, you have to scroll with the BARS on the bottom and right hand side.

I have done plenty of searching on google for a solution to this problem. I have no doubt javascript can do something to be able to Grab 'N Pull like in google maps.

Any suggestions to sites that have code, or if you can quickly just jot down some code for me. Im an expert in PHP, but a newbie in Js.

This would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you!
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jQuery and jQueryUI can provide this functionality:
http://jqueryui.com/demos/draggable/
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I am truly in love with you... <3
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heh :) Glad to help, man.

Cheers.
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Cheers!
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