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  1. This isn't a php question necessarily but I will be using php so I'll put it here for the lack of anything else. I've got a google map class that prints javascript that displays a google map. I need to add a ground overlay and pins over relative to the size of the ground overlay (so they will need to be overlays as well). I've written a utility that lets you place that map in javascript and place the pins on the static image separately (the interactive pin-image can exist without the map- the map is an add on). My problem is that I don't know how to convert the pixel position of the pins relative to the image to lat/lng coordinates in php. I think it would probably be easier to consider the x, y coordinates as percentages so you don't need to convert the lat/lng back to pixels and then back again to lat/lng. I drew and image of what I need. Excuse my lack of basic geography knowledge. If this isn't the right place to ask this question please move it.
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