Embed Google Maps in pages and posts, either by centre coordinates or street address, or by URL to a Google Earth KML file.
Very flexible plugin with shortcode full of options. I've been using it for a couple of years, and it's been very solid. I use the shortcode accessing a kml file, several different maps on the same page. It handles this great.
Recently there was a bug introduced in a new version (the first I've ever found in this plugin) - it was fixed and a new version available within an hour from when I reported it!
Highly recommend this if you're looking for anything more than a simple address map (although it can do that too!).
This plugin is a God send. I will be buying you a few ciders, Sir, come the new year. Thanks also for allowing me to contribute language strings.
The shortcode generated by this plugin has all the necessary attributes to customize the map, yet it is lightweight.
The developer was very helpful solving some issue we had when displaying the map. I have much appreciation for this!
No hassle with creating locations, just type an address or the coordinates. Easy inclusion of multiple locations through KML. Amazing customisation options: changing the marker icon in a slice of cheese was ... a piece of cake.
Exactly what I needed! It would be great to have some easy styled maps support, but the plugin is perfect as it is.
It worked straight away, no modifications needed so far. Flexible indeed, with lots of customizations
once you find out where the instructions are (Plugins -> Flexible Map -> View details) it is very simple to use. I tried 3 other, more popular plugins before I found this one, but it was simple, clean and easy to use so I had to look no further! Thank you.
Simple and just perfect !
Works great and easy to use. Many thanks!
I've used this plugin for a year now, embedding a simple map with a shortcode.
Time came to update my site with a more complex setup. Struggled with a straight Google maps embed, and discovered that this plugin gives you the php code that you can use instead, if you want it. There's also a filter to "unset" the map height, so you can design your responsive CSS around it.
Altogether neat and painless, for newbies and developers alike.
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