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Really Simple Maps

Description

Really Simple Maps is what its name says.
The easiest way to integrate google maps in your wordpress site.
Just add the shortcode in any post or page and your map will be displayed immediately!

This app is making calls to the Google Map Api V3 through an easy and user friendly way.

Screenshots

  • An example of the map
  • Its shortcode

Installation

  1. Upload Really-Simple-Maps.zip from the Add New button of your plugin page to your WordPress site.

  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

3.Add the Shortcode [Simple Maps] in any post or page of your site and you are good to go!!!

4.You can optionally obtain a Google Maps API V3 key for the map
(go to https://code.google.com/apis/console/ and activate the Google Maps API V3)
This will give you access to your google maps serial key.
Make your shortcode look like: [Simple Maps key=”MyKey”] where MyKey is the serial key you got earlier on that optional step.

FAQ

How can i configure Really Simple Maps?

Here are some examples:

[Simple Maps address=”my address”]
will change the address of the map to : my address

[Simple Maps zoom=”18″]
will zoom the map to level 18

[Simple Maps companyName=”Thepage.gr]
will change the company name of the pin to: Thepage.gr

[Simple Maps width=”100px” height:”150px”]
this will change the width and height of the map

[Simple Maps imagesrc=”Mypath”]
this will change the image on your map’s marker with the one with path Mypath

You can also combine all of these together seperated with a whitespace.

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Contributors & Developers

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Changelog

=1.0=
17/02/2014 – First version