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[Resolved] Map on posts and widgets

  • I’m new to wordpress, and I’ve just got my blog up and running – andante.com. I’m going to post a list of 100 music records from all over the world. Each post is of one album, with a track-list, info, revue, youtube link, and so forth. I also want to have a map to show where the band/artist is from (this I’ve accomplished ok so far).
    In my right side-bar, I have different lists to navigate. I would like to have a world map with pin of every artist with its country tagged on it. The reader should be able to click on the tag on the map, and thereby coming to the appropriate post.
    I’ve got the plug-ins; Post Google Map and CodePeople Post Map, but neither is working as I hoped – probably because I’m doing something wrong.
    In one post the map doesn’t show at all, in another it shows only in the side-bar, and on a third (draft) the previously map-points shows in the new post…
    I’ve tried the appropriate help pages of the plug-ins, without getting much wiser – so if anybody can help, I would be very grateful!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/post-google-map/

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  • Hi,

    You may set a pin for each post, in the free version of “CodePeople Post Map” or multiple pins for each post in the commercial version of plugin. The number of pins to display on map is defined in the map settings.

    To display a map in a post or page, you only need to insert a shortcode like this [codepeople-post-map] in page or post’s content.

    If you need additional information don’t doubt to contact us through our contact page.

    Best regards.

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