Google Map Shortcode Reference

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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Google Map Shortcode 2.0 – Total Solution

This new version of Google Map Shortcode – WordPress Plugin uses the JavaScript Maps API V3. The new editor button allows to include the google map and multiples point in your blog with a couple of clicks. A lot of markers comes with the plugin but also, it’s possible to upload a custom icon to be uses as marker. Bellow you have relevant features, how to use the plugin and examples.

Special Features

  • Editor button added, to include the points into the maps easily.
  • Custom markers can be uploaded.
  • Open Google Map in new window – included to the info windows.
  • Post ID include as shortcode parameter.
  • Based on Google Maps Javascript API Version 3.
  • Faster and more applicable to mobile devices.
  • Maps available in multiple languages.
  • API key not required.
  • Multiples points in a single map.
  • Multiples maps in a single page.
  • Posts can be deploy in the maps using the category id.
  • Custom html for the info windows.
  • Maps can be inserted everywhere.

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WordPress Featured Image into your blog Feed

The new release of the wp rss image wordpress plugin allows to include the “Featured Image” of your post as thumbnail into your blog feed. If you don’t assign a thumbnail to the post the plugin takes the first image uploaded to the post gallery.

This version also avoid the extra http request to determinate the size of the images, reducing the loading time. Also is important to use any cache plugin to improve your site response.

The plugin is available here:

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-rss-images/