Maps for WP

Description

A handy plugin for inserting Yandex and Google maps using shortcode.

Adds Yandex or Google Map with one point

[MapOnePoint id=”” type=”” lon=”” lat=”” zoom=”” h=”” img=”” thover=”” tclick=””]

  • “id” (required) – unique id
  • “type” (not required) – map layer (roadmap, satellite, hybrid, terrain)
  • “lon” (required) – longitude of the center of the map
  • “lat” (required) – latitude of the center of the map
  • “h” (not required) – Map height in pixels
  • “img” (not required) – URL image markers
  • “thover” (not required) – Text when pointing to a point
  • “tclick” (not required) – Text when clicking on a point

Example:

[MapOnePoint id="m1" type="hybrid" lon="55.75197479670444" lat="37.617726067459024" zoom="5" h="200" img="http://site.ru/1.png" thover="Text when pointing to a point" tclick="Text when clicking on a poin. Some text"]

Adds Yandex or Google map with many points

[MapManyPoints id=”” type=”” lat=”” lon=”” zoom=”” h=”” img=”” points=””]

  • “id” (required) – unique id
  • “type” (not required) – map layer (roadmap, satellite, hybrid, terrain)
  • “lon” (required) – longitude of the center of the map
  • “lat” (required) – latitude of the center of the map
  • “h” (not required) – Map height in pixels
  • “img” (not required) – URL image markers
  • “points” – [lat point 1],[lon point 1],[text on hover 1],[text on click 1];[lat point 2],[lon point 2],[text on hover 2],[text on click 2] and so on…

Example:

[[MapManyPoints id="m2" type="roadmap" lat="25" lon="30" zoom="2" h="250" points="25,-1,Text on hover this point, Text on click this point;-5,13,Text on hover this point, Text on click this point"]

Screenshots

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Installation

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

  1. Upload the entire yandex-maps-for-wp folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Use the Yandex Maps->Settings screen to configure the plugin
  4. Add the shortcode ([MapOnePoint] or [MapManyPoints]) to the page topic

FAQ

Is it possible for one page to contain 2 of the shortcode [OneManyPoints]?

Yes. These shortcodes can be an unlimited number. Provided that the parameters ‘id’ are different.

Is it possible for one page to contain 2 of the shortcode [MapManyPoints]?

Yes.

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Contributors & Developers

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Changelog

1.0.0

  • First relise.

1.0.1

  • Fixed a bug in which maps appear at the top of the page.

1.0.2

  • Fixed plugin settings.

1.1.0

Important: Version 1.1. not compatible with previous versions! It is not recommended to update the plugin from version 1.0.2!
* Fix bugs.
* Fixed plugin settings.
* Completely modified code.
* Added support for Google Maps!
* Changed the logic of the shortcode [MapManyPoints].

1.1.1

  • Fix bugs.

1.1.2

  • Fix bugs.