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Geopost

Description

Geopost is a WordPress plugin based on Google Maps that let’s you specify a location for each post and generate an embedded map containing a marker for each post that has been assigned a location. Clicking on these markers will link you to the corresponding post. The map can be inserted into any post or page using the shortcode [geopost]. To set the location for a post, enter a search string in the Geopost metabox in the post’s admin page and press ‘Search’. If a location is recognized, a map will appear for you to confirm the result. Clicking on the marker icon in the editor window map rotates through different color icons.

Screenshots

  • Map of markers for posts that is inserted in place of the shortcode [geopost] in any page or post.
  • In the admin page for your posts you can search for a location to assign to that post.

Installation

  1. Extract geopost.zip to /wp-content/plugins/ directory on server
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Place the shortcode [geopost] in any post or page

FAQ

How can I add a marker to the map?

Choose a post and go to the post’s admin page. Look on the right-hand side for a metabox labeled ‘Geopost’. Enter a search string like you would on the Google Maps site and press ‘Search’. After saving the post, a neew marker will appear on the map.

Contributors & Developers

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

Contributors

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Changelog

1.2

  • Fixed a bug that was introduced in version 1.1

1.1

  • Added support for terrain mode and roadmap mode
  • Minor bugfixes

1.0

  • Initial release