If you're using one of these browsers and are
encountering problems, please contact us.
For Microsoft Internet Explorer Users: The Search side panel must be closed
when the browser is first opened, otherwise the Search by Name and Search by
Postal/Zip functions will not be displayed in the side panel when selected.
To correct this problem, close the side panel, then exit and reload your
Rapid, repeated repositioning of the map. There is a delay between updates to the
locations and markers after any map movement, as a result of dragging, double-clicking, or using the pan
or zoom tools . Repeated, rapid movement of the map
can cause location marker redisplay problems. If you need to reposition the map repeatedly, it is better to zoom out
(slowly), then double-click on the new center point, then zoom in
(as necessary). Alternately, it is best to wait for the new location count
(and markers) to be updated, before continuing with another repositioning of the
Markers not showing on Maps (IE 6 users)
According to the MS KB article:
... it suggests:
Make sure scripting, ActiveX controls, cookies, and Java applets are
enabled in Internet Explorer. Follow these steps:
On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
Click the Security tab, and then click Default Level (if it is
available) for the zone which contains the Web page (for example,
If you are using Internet Explorer 6, click the Privacy tab, and
then click Default (if it is available).
The markers (transparent PNG images) should magically re-appear.
Using the Maps
The number of libraries (by type) is indicated above the map.
Check library type to display
Uncheck to remove markers.
Click on marker to display library
For public libraries within the USA or Canada, you can search using a valid
Zip/Postal code. You can also search by Name. Select the appropriate
link below the map.
Manually Repositioning the Map
If the map is not already positioned at your desired location, you can re-center
the map by Double-Clicking — or
—"Grab" the map (hold down mouse button) then move the mouse. You
can also use the Pan controls on the map (up, down, left and right arrows)
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