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After doing some more searching, it looks like there could be an issue with how Firefox is trying to read your scripts. In the HTML header be sure to include: <!DOCTYPE html> <meta charset="utf-8"> I know that denoting HTML5 and utf-8 is a little bit of overkill but my only guess is that there may be some form of characters that could be ...


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You are missing a comma in line 61 of your code: var LayerActions = { all: function(){ sublayers[0].setSQL("SELECT * FROM completed_072315"); return true; }, small: function(){ sublayers[0].setSQL("SELECT * FROM completed_072315 WHERE voltage_st = '69'"); return true; }, ...


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I primarily work with KML Layers to display any features/information on Google Maps (and Google Earth). I have had better success with the API recognizing them over its own markers. I use ArcGIS to create them, using the Layer to KML tool, and they will take on any symbology/pop up info that you have displayed with them upon conversion. So once they are how ...


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From looking at the c variable in my browser's developer tools, I found that the actual HTML element you want your effect on is c.clusterIcon_.div_. Your google.maps.event.addListener function should then look like this: google.maps.event.addListener(markerCluster, "mouseover", function (c) { $(c.clusterIcon_.div_).effect( 'bounce', { times: 3 }, ...


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Use OpenLayers or leaflet. Both are JS libraries and will do all the basic GIS stuff. leaflet : Openlayers 3


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Already figured out: When you initialize the draggable you can set the element where you dont want to star dragging: $('#container').draggable({ cancel: '#map' }); JSFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/hbyvynLn/



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