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Simple Google Maps Short Code

A simple short code for embedding Google Maps in any WordPress post or page.

20 reviews
Average Rating
5 out of 5 stars
Simple and good
By ,

You can use its shorcode and just works. Lovely simple.

Excellent Plugin
By , for WP 4.3

All it needs to be. Clean, simple, works!

By , for WP 4.3


Easy to use, does exactly what it says
By , for WP 4.2.3

This plugin is a prime example of a quality plugin that odes one thing and does it well. Embedding maps into pages is extremely easy, the markup is easy to work with and style, and only does what it needs, when you need it to. It is a very high-quality plugin.

Excellent Plugin
By , for WP 4.2.3

This plugin was mentioned on Ithemes Training. It did exactly what I needed it to do. I initially tried to embed a map from Google, but I was unable to disable the location bubble or scroll wheel. The location bubble is excluded with this plugin, and you are able to disable the scroll wheel, as well as the controls. Additionally, the plugin did not add any database tables.

Thank you to the developer. Great Plugin.


Great plugin
By , for WP 4.2.2

Small, efficient plugin.
Love it.

You've got to be kidding - best map plugin out there
By , for WP 4.2.2

I've just tested and tried to use 3 different map plugins this week - one slowed down the entire site, one was buggy and I lost my control panel for awhile, and the last I couldn't even create a marker for a map.

This plugin is about as clean and simple as it comes, and there is NO slowing down of the site. Wasted much time lately working with plugins that just didn't work, and this is just a shortcode of google maps that you input yourself.

You can change how it comes up (the look), too, in the shortcode (width, height, etc.)

Works like a charm. Many thanks to the creator of this plugin.

By , for WP 4.2.2

For most of my clients I just needed a single googlemaps with a pointer ,finally I found this one, great work pippin, thanks a lot!

Nice and simple but better with zoom?
By , for WP 4.1.1

I tried to change the initial zoom level by adding zoom="5" to the shortcode but the it is hardcoded as 15. A small hack to the plugin code seems to do the trick:
zoom: <?php echo $atts['zoom']; ?>
but this would be better if it was built-in anyway?

the code works just fine
By , for WP 4.0.1

thanks for this plugin
what about specifying the width and height of the iframe can a value be passed?

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