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[Resolved] Property Map – Map of all Post Adresses

  • gdesigner1

    @gdesigner1

    We are using Pronamic on all of our posts, which are actually property listings. I was wondering if there was a way to grab all the addresses from each individual map on posts and have them all on one map. This would show all our property locations on one map. Also, is there any way to link to posts from place marks in the map. I assume this would need some customization.

    Thanks for an awesome plugin.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/pronamic-google-maps/

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  • Plugin Author Remco Tolsma

    @remcotolsma

    Also, is there any way to link to posts from place marks in the map. I assume this would need some customization.

    This is already possible, see for more information:
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/pronamic-google-maps/

    Shortcode:
    [googlemapsmashup query="post_type=company&nopaging=true" map_type_id="satellite"]

    Template function:

    if(function_exists('pronamic_google_maps_mashup')) {
        pronamic_google_maps_mashup(
            array(
                'post_type' => 'post'
            ) ,
            array(
                'width' => 300 ,
                'height' => 200 ,
                'map_type_id' => 'satellite' ,
                'marker_options' => array(
                    'icon' => 'http://google-maps-icons.googlecode.com/files/photo.png'
                )
            )
        );
    }

    kirkward

    @kirkward

    Can I create a mashup on the main site of a multisite network from maps on each site in the network?

    If so, how?

    Plugin Author Remco Tolsma

    @remcotolsma

    No, this can’t be done, there is not an efficient way to get the posts from multiple network sites.

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