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f(x) Maps


f(x) Maps is a plugin to display Google Maps with marker using [fx-maps] shortcode. Very useful if you want to display your business location in your about page or contact page.


  1. Very easy to use.
  2. Get your current location in map.
  3. Auto complete map search.
  4. Display map anywhere in page content using [fx-maps] shortcode.
  5. Responsive and mobile friendly.
  6. Works in any theme.
  7. Free, Open Source, GPL v2.0 or later license. 🙂 Use it to make something cool.
  8. Support available at Genbu Media.
    Notes for developer:


Development of this plugin is hosted at GitHub. Pull request and bug reports are welcome.


  • Settings
  • My Location
  • Auto Complete Map Search
  • Adding Map in Page Content
  • Final output of map shortcode in front-end.


  1. Navigate to “Plugins > Add New” Page from your Admin.
  2. To install directly from repository, search the plugin name in the search box and click “Install Now” button to install the plugin.
  3. To install from plugin .zip file, click “Upload Plugin” button in “Plugins > Add New” Screen. Browse the plugin .zip file, and click “Install Now” button.
  4. Activate the plugin.


Where is the settings ?

The settings is available in “Settings > Maps” in your admin panel.

Where to get Google Maps API Key ?

You can get Google API Key from Google:

How to display map in page content ?

Simply add [fx-maps] anywhere in the post/page content.

Why there’s no “My Location” Icon in my “Search Google Map…” Settings

Your browser might not support it. And if you use Chrome browser, you need to use HTTPS/SSL.


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Contributors & Developers

“f(x) Maps” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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1.0.0 – 28 Nov 2016

  • Initial release.