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How can I give a name to a marker on Google Maps?

 
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Hello there!

I’m trying to learn some new things with Javascript. This time with Google Maps.

I already created a script for searching for a place. When I click on search it shows me the place on Google Maps with a marker. The next thing I want to do is to give the marker a name by means of an input field  when I move with my cursor over it, just like this pic. This is what I’m trying to do.
I already tried some things but I can’t figure it out. As you can see in my script I tried some things with the variable ‘namemarker’.

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I hope someone can help me, thank you in advance for the help!
 
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That's called an "Info Window" and you can look it up as such in the Google Maps API documentation.
 
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