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Silverlight Bing Maps

Description

This BingMap plugin allows a smooth integration of an interactive map in your WordPress site. The administration section will offer you some parameters to customize the presentation.

Just write use the adminpanel or write a tag like :
[sl-bingmaps background=”transparent” width=”100%” height=”300″ NavigationVisibility=”1″ CopyrightVisibility=”1″ LogoVisibility=”1″ ScaleVisibility=”1″ ZoomLevel=”5″ Mode=”Aerial” StartLocation=”48.8756271_2.3493838″ Pushpin=”48.8756271_2.3493838″ Culture=”fr_FR”]

The plugin offers the following features:

* Width and Height customization - percent value are possible
   //width=400 or 100%
* Display navigation menu or not
   //NavigationVisibility="1"
* Display copyright in the map or not
   //CopyrightVisibility="1"
* Display the Bing logo or not
   //LogoVisibility="1"
* Display Scale indication
   //ScaleVisibility="1" 
* Set the zoom level
   //ZoomLevel="5"
* Set the display mode
   //Mode="Aerial" //Aerialwithlabels //road
* Set camera center
   //StartLocation="48.8756271_2.3493838" 
* Set point of interest
   //Pushpin="48.8756271_2.3493838" 
* Set Culture 
   //Culture="fr_FR"

Arbitrary section

A brief Markdown Example

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Screenshots

  • Settings Module
  • Menu available to insert Silverlight BingMap
  • An example of the Silverlight BingMap

Installation

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

e.g.

  1. Upload silverlight-bingmap (including all files and directories within) plugin into the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Visit the plugin settings at Settings, set the activation key that you will find here

FAQ

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Contributors & Developers

“Silverlight Bing Maps” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

1.0