How to remove the speech/information bubble from embedded Google Maps

by | May 18, 2013

Many times a website needs or wants a map to display the business location (Google Maps is our favorite). While you may need a map on your website, many times the initial map (which can be viewed larger) is fairly small.

When the map is small, the speech bubble that contains the business information and address is cut in half and parts are not displayed, leaving an ugly appearance.

Here is a short video from crearegroup, showing a quick method to remove the speech bubble from your embedded Google Maps, yet leave the pin marker on the map to indicate the business location.

If you have any questions, just ask below!


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