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Gpx2Graphics

Description

With this plugin you will be able to add GPX files to your WordPress environment. After uploading a GPX file you are able to generate a Google Map in your blogpost with a simple tag. An elevation (graph) image and a speed (graph) image are also available.

Use Google map
By using the syntax [gpx2graphics map 1] you will add a Google Map of the GPX file with ID 1 into your blogpost.
The [gpx2graphics map 1] tag will be automatically replaced with the correct JS file.

Use Elevation image
By using the syntax [gpx2graphics elevation 1] you will add a elevation image of the GPX file with ID 1 into your blogpost.
The [gpx2graphics map 1] tag will be automatically replaced width the correct image tag.

Use image
By using the syntax [gpx2graphics speed 1] you will add a speed image of the GPX file with ID 1 into your blogpost.
The [gpx2graphics map 1] tag will be automatically replaced width the correct image tag.

Example page
An example of the result in your weblog can be found here: http://janwillemeshuis.nl/jwe-new-media-solutions/wordpress-plugins/gpx2graphics-plugin/

Screenshots

  • Example of the Google Map in your post
  • Example of the elevation image
  • Example of the speed image

Installation

This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

  1. Upload the directory Gpx2Graphicsto the/wp-content/plugins/` directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Use Gpx2Graphics page in your admin to manage your GPX files
  4. Use the [gpx2graphics map 1] (see description) to get a Google map
  5. Use the [gpx2graphics elevation 1] (see description) to get a elevation image
  6. Use the [gpx2graphics speed 1] (see description) to get a speed image

FAQ

How about the colors in the images and the Google map

In the next version of the plugin you’ll be able to change the color of the track in your Google map and the bars in the elevation and speed image.

Contributors & Developers

“Gpx2Graphics” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

0.3

  • Fix bug with multiple Google Maps in more than 1 blogpost.

0.2

  • Fixed bug with multiple Google Maps in 1 blogpost

0.1

  • First Stable release of the plugin