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Yahoo! map loses functionality


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I have successfully configured a Yahoo! map linked to a Caspio data table and placed it on a web page. However, when I did that, I had a large amount of white space at the top of the page. I placed a bit of Javascript on the page to move everything up so that it starts at the very top of the screen, but when I did that, the Yahoo! map lost its functionality. It no longer would zoom in or out and I could not drag the map around in the window. In essence, the map turned into a static picture. I've attached the Javascript I added to the page and the source code for the page.

Here is a link to the page. I think this is visible to the outside world. http://www.denverpost.com/ci_6396209

I'm fairly new to web programming, having been a Perl, Visual Basic (and other languages up til now), so this is probably a Newbie mistake.

It might also be a Yahoo! maps issue.

If anyone else has encountered this and found a solution, please let me know.

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Thank you. That got rid of the white space while maintaning the functionality of the map. Is there a way to position it off to the left of the article? I tried this:

but the map stays put.

I apologize for the newbie questions. I'm an old newspaper publishing systems programmer bootstrapping my way into the 1990s right now.

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If you could put that same code in front of where the article starts you could have the map above the article with the text then wrapping around the \"locate a donor\".

Adding the margin won't affect the position as it is contained within the \"locate a donor\" box.

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