Posted by Doug Hays on the 9th of September, 2009 at 9:13 am under CSS and Google Maps.    This post has 2 comments.

It always feels good to solve a long-standing and puzzling issue. ┬áToday’s fix has to do with a Google Maps window that was about 50% taller than it had to be:

Google Maps Info Window - Too Tall

After several rounds of setting fixed widths inside the info window’s HTML content, I added the following CSS for .gmapmarker which is the class of the div that wraps all of my info window’s content:

#gmapmarker {
display: block;
max-height: 185px;
}
.gmapmarker {
    max-height: 185px;
}
And that did the trick:
Google Maps Info Window - Height Fixed