After Google Fusion Tables generates a map for you, it displays all the info from your spreadsheet for each dot on the map. When you click a dot, an info window opens.
YOU CAN CHANGE the way this information looks in the window. But you need to know a little HTML and some CSS to do it.
- [photo] Open the menu on the map tab (this is in the new version of Fusion Tables). Select “Change info window layout.”
- [photo] Click the Custom tab and edit the HTML there.
- [photo] View your new, improved info window!
Looking for more tips on how to create maps in Fusion Tables? John Keefe, WNYC’s award winning data journalist, gave a great presentation at ONA12, which focused on using Google Fusion Tables. You can find his notes from the Intro to Data Viz presentation on the ONA12 site.