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Driving Directions

This plugin allows to set a direction and then display a Google map with the address and driving directions.

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Does exactly what I need
By ,

Really slick plugin. Great settings page and does exactly what I need by allowing a user to enter their starting address.

Awesome! Works Perfectly!
By , for WP 3.8

Awesome Plugin! Works perfectly. Fast and easy! I did however change some code in the ddirections.php file from this:

$output = '<div id="directions">
                  <p>'.__('To start the route enter your initial location:','ddirections').'</p>
                  <input id="from-input" type="text" value="" size="20" placeholder="'.__('Address','ddirections').'" />
                  <select style="display:none;" onchange="" id="unit-input">
                      <option value="metric" selected="selected">'.__('Metric','ddirections').'</option>
                      <option value="imperial">'.__('Imperial','ddirections').'</option>
                  </select>
                  <a href="#" onclick="WPmap.getDirections(\'manual\'); return false" class="map-button">'.__('Get the rute','ddirections').'</a>
                  <br />
                  <input id="map-config-address" type="hidden" value="'.$coordinates.'"/>
                 <div id="geo-directions">
                 <p>Tambien puedes...</p>
                  <a href="#" onclick="WPmap.getDirections(\'geo\'); return false" class="map-button">'.__('Use my location','ddirections').'</a>

to this:

$output = '<div id="directions">
                  <strong><p>'.__('For directions, enter your starting location:','ddirections').'</p></strong>
                  <input id="from-input" type="text" value="" size="70" placeholder="'.__('Address, City, State Zip','ddirections').'" />
                  <select style="display:none;" onchange="" id="unit-input">
                      <option value="metric" selected="selected">'.__('Metric','ddirections').'</option>
                      <option value="imperial">'.__('Imperial','ddirections').'</option>
                  </select>
                  <a href="#" onclick="WPmap.getDirections(\'manual\'); return false" class="map-button">'.__('Click Here to Get the route','ddirections').'</a>
                  <input id="map-config-address" type="hidden" value="'.$coordinates.'"/>
                 <div id="geo-directions">
                 <strong>Or you may also</strong>
		<a href="#" onclick="WPmap.getDirections(\'geo\'); return false" class="map-button">'.__('Click Here to Use My Current Location','ddirections').'</a>

I have the shortcode on a page as follows:
[wpmap_directions_input]
[wpmap_map]
[wpmap_directions_container]

Handy and easy!!
By , for WP 3.5.1

Remember to use these shortcodes:
[wpmap_map]
[wpmap_directions_input]
[wpmap_directions_container]

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