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Street View Comments


Street View Comments gathers comments attached to certain views of a Google Street View display along a street or avenue. It is easily configured for various points or intersections along a street and is embedded into a post or page via a shortcode. Viewers choose an intersection and zoom to a view then leave a comment. Comments can be moderated and managed within WordPress.

See a demo of the plugin here. By default, when you activate the plugin, the same data from this demo will load as intersections. Place [street-view-comments] in a post or page to see the demo.

Street View Comments uses Fitzgerald.


  • Move to different intersections. See comments other people have left.
  • Leave a comment.
  • Setup and modify intersections.
  • Moderate comments.


  1. Upload Street View Comments to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Configure intersections by going to wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=svc_intersection
  4. Create a background image showing overhead map of intersections (680x140px)
  5. Use shortcode on post or page to insert Street View Comments (tag is optional): [street-view-comments background=”http://url-to-background-image” mainstreet=”main street name” tag=”intersection tag slug”]
  6. Monitor incoming comments through email alerts and admin Comments screens

Contributors & Developers

“Street View Comments” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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0.3 (9/24/2012)

  • enqueues jQuery script in case theme doesn’t already do this

0.2 (8/27/2012)

  • multiple concurrent street view displays can be run in a single WordPress Site
  • tool resizes to accommodate different numbers of intersections
  • misc bug fixes

0.1 (7/31/2012)

  • initial release