The PlanetEye WordPress Google Map plug-in allows a blogger to link blog posts to any of the places on PlanetEye.com. With a growing list of hotels, restaurants, attractions, landmarks and other points of interest to the traveller, these links give the reader access to useful information related to your post while enhancing the appearance of your blog with a cool Google Map.
Requires PHP 5+, WP 2.5+.
More information is available here: PlanetEye Map WordPress Plugin
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Unzip to the ‘/wp-content/plugins’ directory.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Sign up for a Google Maps API key for your blog url.
- Enter the Google Maps key into the ‘Settings / PlanetEye’ menu in WordPress.
- Start posting!
Full information is available here: PlanetEye Map WordPress Plugin
Contributors & Developers
“PlanetEye Maps” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
- Updated CSS to deal with existing floats prior to display on post page.
- Updated to handle pingbacks on planeteye.com (via the logo)
- Updated map handling to deal with webkit issues.
- Fixed exception that occurs when no results are found.
- Fixed customer urls, other customer related issues.
- Reworked display.
- Fixed ‘address not appearing’ bug.
- corrected encoding issue with places listed in the RSS feed.
- corrected encoding issue with places listed on the map
- corrected plugin directory issues
- investigating PHP 4 issues (SimpleXMLElement)
- updated documentation so it was consistent.
- dealing with error loading tinymce button (fixed)
- Initial version uploaded to wordpress.