UMapper makes it a snap to create engaging maps and add them to your blog posts. Features integrated map editor - no KML knowledge required!
For simplisity and ease of use you are required to obtain API-key only once, then you can re-use it on any number of WordPress installations. Moreover, if in future UMapper would add support for other platforms, such as Joomla, you would be able to reuse the very same key for them too.
Plugin was tested to run with following versions:
Plugin will NOT work with PHP4, if you are still using it, consider upgrading - it's really the time PHP4 gives way to PHP5.
Here is the list:
You are using PHP4 and PHP5 is required to run the plugin.
You do not need to type the code manually, UMapper was designed to be as simple as possible. Just navigate to post edit page and click the U button (it is located in Add Media block) to open user-friendly map addition window.
Yes, you are required to obtain account on UMapper. The reason is simple - by registering an account you obtain API-key which serves as a bridge between your WP installations and UMapper API. As UMapper strives to become really universal, single account registration would be enough to power any number of WP blogs, as well as any other platforms we would support in future.
Plugin should work w/o problems.
Map data is stored on UMapper's servers. You can restrict access to your maps on UMapper site, by logging into your account and editing map preferences.
Feature requests and bug submissions should go through UMapper's Google Group. UMapper is under heavy development and it normally takes 2-3 days for a new features, and about 12 (generally less) hours for bug requests. So, please, take your time and help us building better UMapper!
Absolutely. Starting from version 1.3 you can just select previously added
[umap] tag and hit UMapper media button - new window would contain your previously added map.