The version 2.2 of Google Map Shortcode WordPress plugin was released. This time the plugin includes some cool features like: markers animation and focus rotation. At the bottom you can read the most relevant features.
- The Editor button allows to include Google Maps into your content, after adding points and configuration on the editor panel.
- The plugin allows to use markers.
- Faster and more applicable to mobile devices.
- Allows to deploy multiples maps in a single page.
- Points under post categories can be included in a single map.
- The window box opened display part of the content of your posts like: post title, thumbnails, excerpt or a custom title description and thumbnail.
- You can customize the html of the info window box on the settings.
- The plugin is based on WordPress shortcode and allows many options like: initial zoom, width, height, categories, post ID, specific address, marker and thumbnail.
- After loaded the map the focus point can be rotated automatically.
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This plugin is a friendly integration of Google Map into your blogs.
The plugin is based on WordPress shortcodes, so it can be used like a tag into your content and allows multiples parameters to customize the map and markers behavior. The editor button allows to add the shortcode attributes easily.
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[google-map-sc width="550" margin="20" align="center" zoom="12" type="TERRAIN" ]
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The Google Map Shortcode editor panel allows to set and insert the shortcode into your code, but it can be added manually using:
Shortcode for the content of posts and pages
[google-map-sc option = "option value"]
PHP code for theme files
<?php echo do_shortcode ('[google-map-sc option = "option value"]') ?>
Below you can find the Google Map Shortcode parameters and posible values, if any options are included the shortcode will use the configuration defined on the plugin options page:
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