jQuery plug-in to automatically geocode and display a location entered in a text field.
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jQuery Automatic Geocoder

A jQuery plug-in to automatically geocode and display a location entered in a text field by a user.

Usage

  1. Include jQuery.
  2. Include the Google Maps JavaScript API Version 3.
  3. Include the plug-in.
  4. Set a width and height for the map using the class name, which is jquery-auto-geocoder-map by default.
  5. Call autoGeocoder on your location input(s).

Example

$(function() {
  $('#location').autoGeocoder();
});

See examples for more.

Options

className

The class name of the map container. Defaults to jquery-auto-geocoder-map.

position

Where to insert the map container. Supported options are after and before for after and before the element, or a custom jQuery selector for where the element should be appended. Defaults to after.

delay

The time, in milliseconds, to wait after a keypress before geocoding the location. Defaults to 500.

success.zoom

The zoom level to use after a successful geocoding. Supported options are any Google Maps zoom level, or auto to have it automatically determined. Defaults to auto.

initial

The initial options used to create the map. Accepts any options google.maps.Map accepts. The zoom and center options are also used to reset the map after an unsuccessful geocoding. See the bottom of jquery.auto-geocoder.js for all the defaults.

Credits

License

jquery-auto-geocoder uses the MIT license. See LICENSE for more details.