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I have some data that I am displaying: var formatted_marker_data = "<div class=\"map_header\">" + data.formatted_address + "</div> The data.formatted_address is some MySQL data which is formatted like this: 123 Main Street, San Francisco, CA A few of the entries have the lat/lon added to the address: 123 Main Street, San Francisco, CA | 37.7917618,-122.3943405 I do not want to display anything after the | Is there a way to truncate all data after the | ? The only problem I see with that is that it WILL show the |, however I suppose since they are all CA addresses, I could truncate everything after the CA. Then again, if there is an address with a CA in it, then I'm screwed. Any ideas?
I am looking to do something like this. Showing multiple locations of a business on Google Maps. Living Social has it and so does Groupon. https://www.livingsocial.com/ca/cities/83-ottawa/deals/1542906-basic-training-style-boot-camp?append_ref_code=home_whats_new I know it can be done manually but since it's a user based website, how would the user(business)'s added locations correspond with the Google Maps? Can you point me in the right direction?