The rotator can be included multiple places on one page without any conflicts or collisions, so just drop-in where needed. Some coding is required to customize — basically copying and pasting your links and image urls, but nothing too heavy.
While designing a page template for a University today, I realized that there were many areas of the future pages that would include street addresses: buildings, conferences, offices, ect.. I thought, “Wouldn’t it be nice if these addresses were links to Google Maps?” Then people could easily find directions or set their phone GPS whilst driving (at a red light of course).
However, I quickly realized that in such a large institution as I am, that no faculty member would take the time to include a maps link. As always, such wondering is the stuff of inspiration. With a little bit of thought, I began writing a little jQuery function that could fulfill my dream.
The function scans the entire webpage for instances of the <Address> tag:
Original address tag
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500
And surrounds the address with a link to Google Maps: