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Type in an address and have simpleGeocode place a marker on the map.

Q: How to I use the simpleGeocode shortcode?

A: The simpleGeocode shortcode currently accepts two arguments, "height" and "div". The shortcode defaults to 300px in height and a div id of "simple_geocode". If you want multiple maps on a page, be sure to change the name of the DIV. More options may be added in future releases.

EX: [simpleGeocode height="400px" div="my_new_map"]

Q: How to I use the simpleGeocode widget?

A: The simpleGeocode widget has three options, "title", "height", and "global".

Title: The title is displayed above the widget and is also used to create the DIV ID. A widget with the title of "Bar Locations" has a DIV ID of "simple_geocode_bar_locations". TO have more than one map on a page, make sure each widget has a different title.

Height: Height defaults to 300px but any value can be entered. Pixels are probably the best method but percents and ems are also acceptable but have not been tested.

Global: If this widget is displayed on a post page the widget defaults to showing the marker for that post if one exists. If a marker doesn't exist, it shows all post markers. You can override that behavior by clciking the "Global" option. This option forces the widget to always show all available markers.

Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 5 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10


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