Annotating Images With Custom Markers - jQuery KBmapMarkers

Annotating Images With Custom Markers - jQuery KBmapMarkers
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KBmapMarkers is a jQuery plugin which can be used to dynamically annotate images with custom markers (icons). 

When the user clicks the marker, a popup window opens that displays the more details about the annotation. Similar to the Google Maps' infowindow.

Fully responsive and easy to implement.

How to use it:

1. Import jQuery library and the jQuery KBmapMarkers plugin's files into the document.

<script src="" 
<link href="css/KBmapmarkers.css" rel="stylesheet">
<script src="js/KBmapmarkers.js"></script>

2. Import the KBmapmarkersCords.js library to display the current coordinate on mouse move (OPTIONAL).

<script src="js/KBmapmarkersCords.js"></script>

3. Create a container in which you want to place the image and markers.

<section class="KBmap" id="KBtestmap">

4. Create your own markers and information in a JSON object as these:

var myData =
  "mapMarker1": {
    "cordX": "54.25",
    "cordY": "18.59",
    "icon": "map-marker.svg",
    "modal": {
      "title": "Info 1",
      "content": "<p>More Description Here</p>"
  "mapMarker2": {
    "cordX": "32.15",
    "cordY": "53.34",
    "icon": "map-marker.svg",
    "modal": {
      "title": "Info 2",
      "content": "<p>More Description Here</p>"
  "mapMarker3": {
    "cordX": "49.93",
    "cordY": "53.93",
    "icon": "map-marker.svg",
    "modal": {
      "title": "Info 3",
      "content": "<p>More Description Here</p>"

5. Insert an image into the container you just created.

createKBmap('KBtestmap', 'mapa.jpg');

6. Import JSON data you just defined.


7. Show all markers on the image.


This awesome jQuery plugin is developed by mrkariox. For more Advanced Usages, please check the demo page or visit the official website.