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[Resolved] [Plugin: XML Google Maps] Parameter appears on page

  • I’m declaring the parameters as in the examples:

    <a href="http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=205641431116304326773.0004a083487508dcbd323&ll=40.736007,-73.981934&spn=0.081945,0.057421&z=14">Full Google My Map with event listing in chronological order [deltazoom=1]</a>

    But unlike the examples, the link text appears on the page beneath the Google Map, complete with the parameter in brackets.

    [GOOGLE MAP]
    Google My Map with event listing in chronological order [deltazoom=1]

    What’s going on here?

    For the time being, I’m hiding the parameter inside a CSS visibility:hidden tag, but it doesn’t look quite right, and I’d like to make this work correctly. Any thoughts?

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  • Plugin Author dschuesae

    @dschuesae

    Have a look at your general xml google maps settings. You can display the parameters if you wanted to do so. Display URL mode or something like this…

    Of course, that was it. Now I understand what that setting does.

    Thanks for the help.

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