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Bing Maps Widget

create a widget of Bing Maps and/or insert maps into your posts.

*if you previously installed the older ver. plugin, please deactivate it before installing newer versions. Also, please modify the insertion code on the post accordingly.

Extract all folder and files from the ZIP file, place images, if any, for the pushpin in the 'images' folder and upload the extracted folder to '/wp-content/plugins/'. Go to the 'Plugins' menu of your admin area and activate the plugin. Add the widget to your side bar and set it up if you have the latitude and longitude of the location for the map. To get the latitude and longitude, click the 'View Example' link to open a new window. The form item 'Latitude' and 'Longitude' in the new window are corresponding to the central location of the current map. Navigate the map to your target location. 'Latitude' and 'Longitude' should be updated accordingly. You can also find the sample images for pushpin! I am terribly sorry to say that there is no direct way to transfer the info to widget settings so please kindly copy them manually! (when you activate for the first time and/or input invalid latitude and longitude value, 'Random Map' will be displayed.)

Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.9.2
Last Updated: 7 years ago
Active Installs: 20+


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