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Ok so I've found one way to do this. However, it requires uploading your content to the "Google Maps Engine" service, quote: Upload the terrain data source(s), specifying information about the data and type of masking. Process the data. Create a layer and add the data. Multiple terrain data sources can be added to the same layer. Process the layer, then ...
Sorry everyone, I was miss-spelling 'longitude' as 'longtitude' and so the (not valid) tag was silently ignored by the parser.
go here for information you need http://forums.arcgis.com/threads/40707-Using-Google-Maps-with-ArcMap-10
What you are looking for is a WebMap toolkit that allows interaction with a basemap and interactive layers: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Frameworks#Webmaps Most popular is Leaflet (easy to use but limited) and OpenLayers (more complex). They allow you to display raster maps by different providers and to add map data on top as vector layer. While ...
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