Thought this might be better over here than the website area, as it's meant more for information than for website design. Lately, I started putting GPS coordinates to trails and images on my pages like: http://www.mdvaden.com/red_buttes.shtml Click the Google Earth icon in the box, and it visually flies you to the trailhead area. About three weeks ago, I noticed a small town forum that started a GPS location page for local places of interest - even restaurants. So I borrowed the idea - hence the auto-click feature with the icons. Then it hit me, that when we finally sell and move out of the country - like Portland area surburbs - I'm going to add an icon to my website so people can click and immediately see where I'm located. It's similar to how the maps in Google's one-box or other options put the bubble pin marker in a map for an address that's typed in. I figured "why don't more businesses just put an auto-click feature on their home page or contact page that's one jump ahead of that. Like on this page here, I did it for the image - just click the icon at bottom left... http://www.mdvaden.com/contact.shtml Its just as easy to enter my address on Google Earth, place the cursor over the location, read the coordinates at the bottom, and swap the coordinates in the page code link for the icon.