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Creating and embedding Google Map is simple

By David Urbaniak, 12/11/14, 2:30PM CST

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Help players, parents and volunteers find venues, see district boundaries

Where should we park? Where is field Number 2? I live just east of the highway, what district does that put me in? 

These types of questions may be common for volunteers in youth sports organizations but can be solved by one easy solution ... a detailed map.

Using Google Maps with the Code Element Page Element on SportsEngine, a map can be added to any page, any email, or in any registration session. If you build out templates, you will only have to add a map once, then you can reuse the template as many times as you would like.

With Google Maps you can draw lines that divide areas or drop markers in to a detailed area.


Click Here and select Create a New Map

Use the tool to add markers (1) and draw lines (2)

EXAMPLE OF LAND MARKER:

Example of District Border Map:

Finish map and select Share

Title the map

Change map from private to public

Select Done

Select the folder

Select Embed In My Site

Copy the iFrame code

Navigate to where you want to place the map on your SportsEngine site

Add the Code Page Element

Note: You can adjust the width and height with in the code to fit where you would like it on your Sport Ngin page

View the Map in User Mode

About SportsEngine

SportsEngine is 'The Home of Youth Sports.' SportsEngine was created to help people simplify their sports life. Now, we're making it easier than ever for parents and athletes to find the right sport and the right organization for them. 

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