Add new locations like posts with the Location custom post type. Display maps on your posts and pages with a simple shortcode.
Create an unlimited number of maps and display markers on them with infobubbles that show the post thumbnail and other useful information.
The map interface lists locations near you and allows you to search with autocomplete and filter by features. The features are terms from a custom Feature taxonomy. Add as many filters as you like.
Choose from different marker icons.
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New in version 1.1
Add your own custom marker icons by uploading them via FTP to wp-content/plugins/wp-map-markers/markers
Ex: [wpmm_map map=”1″] where “1” is the ID of the Map found in the Map category for the locations.
The map slug is found on the list of maps page.
Maps is a custom taxonomy
More information at WP Map Markers.com.
added italian language files
add functionality for adding custom icons.
dynamically fetch icons from markers folder
added a bunch of apply_filters for extending the plugin by other developers
Permalinks are now set on plugin activation
changed slug from wpmm_location to /locations/
fixed bug where only 5 locations were listed per map
fixed multiple markers on admin maps
settings bugs fixed
introduce plugin settings version check and upgrade or install
previous version plugin settings will be overwritten with new settings, so please reset your defaults after upgrading
removed some debugging code, cleanup
added map selector in post editor screen.
map shortcode now uses ID instead of slug. Please update shortcodes to (example ID) [wpmm_map map=”1″]
corrected localization bugs following review
added youtube video and screenshots
- forgot to update plugin stable tag on previous commit, so stuck on previous tag (svn noob)
- Corrected logic error on settings map
- Corrected typo in function call which caused plugin to fail
- First Release
Extract the zip file and just drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation and then activate the Plugin from Plugins page.
First, check the default settings on the Map Markers setting page
Create a map under the Maps section, not forgetting to provide the default map center coordinates.
You can use the map on the settings page to get the latitude and longitude, and copy/paste them.
Add a few locations ( just like adding posts )
Insert a map on a page or post by using the wpmm_map shortcode.
Multiple maps on same page is not supported
Insert a map easily by selecting it from a dropdown menu located in the post editor
Maps don’t work, probably because you can’t enter an API key.
Great plugin, but some items are broken due to the developers website being offline for over 2 years.
View our full review of WP Map Markers and other Store Locator Plugins.