Support » Plugin: MapPress Easy Google Maps » Making Maps Responsive?

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  • Plugin Author chrisvrichardson

    (@chrisvrichardson)

    Hi,

    One solution is to just set the map width to a percentage, e.g. 100%, instead of a pixel value. But you can’t use a percentage height – you’ll just get a zero-height map – so the height will still need to be fixed.

    Another approach is to set the map width=100% and height=100%, but place the map inside a <div> that has the dimensions you want. This should allow for media queries, etc.

    I have some other ideas that might help – if you like, use the contact form on my site to contact me directly:

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    I have managed to make the maps responsive like this:

    <div style=”width:99%”>[mappress mapid=”52″ width=”100%”]</div>

    Just in case someone still need this.

    I added this in a JS instead of having it on post/page. Would just have to worry about adding width=100% to the mappress tag

    jQuery(document).ready(function ($) {
    	// For MapPress plugin
    	// Tentatively add enclosing divs to make rendered map fluid on mobile browsers
    	$('.mapp-layout').wrap('<div style="width: 99%" />');
    
    });

    First thing I checked after installing MapPress was responsiveness. Thanx for tips on getting maps to fit width-wise on mobile devices. I hope future updates of MapPress will address this. Sherwin which file needs your JS function?

    gokovacs

    (@gokovacs)

    >Mladen Gradev
    Problem is resolved in your favor.
    Thank you!

    Glad I helped 🙂

    Shreejee

    (@shreejeeele)

    Thanks Mladen! I actually made a new user account, just to thank you. Thanks a million once again!

    Nice post and tips, thanks guys.

    Agreed, thanks Mladen. I’ll mark this resolved.

    thx MLaden

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