(NOTE: You can access all the shortcodes via the shortcodes icon on your visual editor. See this document if you need more information.)

The Google Maps shortcode allows you to easily put a Google map into your site. Here's and example.

 

Here's a partial look at the settings page.

google-maps-shortcode

 

Here's an example of a shortcode.


  • address = your physical address. To have multiple map markers, separate two addresses with a vertical line, otherwise known as a pipe |. For example: 123 Joseph Street Beverly Hills, CA 50210 | Lake Placid, MI 48377
  • type = use only one of these: roadmap, terrain, hybrid, satellite
  • map_style = default, theme, custom
  • overlay_color = hex code #000000, or color name black or rgba values like rgba(0,0,0,0.4)
  • infobox = default, custom
  • infobox_background_color = hex code #000000, or color name black or rgba values like rgba(0,0,0,0.4)
  • infobox_text_color = hex code #000000, or color name black or rgba values like rgba(0,0,0,0.4)
  • infobox_content = content for info box instead of default location name
  • icon = icon name
  • width = a pixel (px) or percentage (%) value
  • height = a pixel (px) or percentage (%) value
  • zoom = this will be a number for the map zoom level, a number between 1 - 25
  • scrollwheel = use one of these: yes, no. This will turn the mouse scrolling on or off
  • scale = use one of these: yes, no. This will display or not show the scale graphic
  • zoom_pancontrol = use one of these: yes, no. This will display or not show the zoom controls
  • popup = yes, no