Set the Width for a Google Maps InfoWindow

Working with Google Maps v3 is way fun.

If you’re a masochist.

Infowindow width
Scrolling InfoWindow
It seems like there’s no easy way to set the width of an InfoWindow. You can set the minWidth parameter, but that does nothing.

If you have content that exceeds the InfoWindow window, you get this: a scrolling box. That’s terrible.

The solution is horribly easy.

Looking Through the InfoWindow
The solution presents itself.
This will solve all your problems, and make you wish you had the past two hours back of your life: use the provided .gm-style-iw class to style the InfoWindow content container.

/* Just use .gm-style-iw */
.gm-style-iw {
width: 300px; 
min-height: 150px;
}

Google is crazy and amazing: Completed Street View of Denver

I went to Google Maps today, and I found that Google has updated its Street View functionality to include almost ALL of Denver and the suburbs, including Boulder. This is a CRAZY amount of information.  It’s a truly boggling accomplishment.  I’m kind of shocked.Check out Street View yourself.

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