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Asked by S@kiv
Posted Dec 28 2012 12:19 AM
This is the script: http://www.zones.com...479f459a5d5e.js
Also, is the Google Map API and Google API placeholder are the same thing? I tired to find out the answer for this but didn't got any.
Answered by Rick001
Posted Jan 04 2013 10:28 AM
That js looks to be the JQuery library, not any of Google's libraries. You may have gotten it confused with Google because many sites will embed the JQuery source via any one of the various CDN's, one of which belongs to google. For example, you may have seen this:
Notice "jquery" on the end? The above link is to the JQuery library hosted on the Google CDN. That is not to say that the code belongs to google at all, only that it is hosted on a google server.
Google Maps is not part of JQuery.
You can review all of Goolge's apis here:
The term "placeholder" that you've used many times has no relevance to the topic... I just assumed that you are talking about script tags.