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A plugin to detect any backend user GPS position and show them via a sidebar widget. The plugin detect on panel page and on widget page. It allows to track several users, and also block a position. Its a perfect tool for travveling blogs wich want to show theyre last connect position without copy/past a googlemap everytime…

On version 0.2 theyre will be more usefull widget setting, a plugin setting page (styles options, global options) and the abbility to show any widget active maps with shortcodes.


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I can’t garanty a fullsupport but still can contact me and i’ll try to help you!!

Any help is welcome : here’s the github repository :


  1. Upload geolocaladmin.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to the widgets page, add a GeolocalAdmin widget and choose the user;
    Youshould see the geolocalsiation working.


How does it´s works ?
Just install and then add as many widget as you want.Choose the user you want to track in the list(Default on first super admin);
You can check block box to avoid future detection and stay on current map.

When does it’s geolocalise?
Everytime you acces to the main panel, you acces to widget page or save the widget.

Why does it´s not working for me?
The plugin works with HTML5 geolocalisation so it’s won’t works with old browsers (mainly below IE9).

Contributors & Developers

“GeolocalAdmin” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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