WP Go Maps (formerly WP Google Maps) (wp-google-maps) Plugin Help & Customization Services
WP Go Maps (formerly WP Google Maps) is a free plugin that allows you to add Google Maps to your WordPress site. It’s a great plugin for locating information on your WordPress site, and it’s even better when it’s integrated with the other features of WPGoLive.com. If you want to learn more about how to use WP Go Maps, or if you just have some questions about it, this article is for you!
WP Go Maps is a plugin that was formerly known as WP Google Maps. It allows you to embed Google Maps into your WordPress blog or website. The plugin is free and easy to use. You can add maps to your posts, pages, and even custom post types.
If you’re new to WP Go Maps, we’ve put together a few helpful tips on how to get started. We also have a dedicated tutorial that will walk you through the entire process of setting up WP Go Maps on your blog.
In this blog section, we’ll be discussing some of the more common questions users have about the plugin. If you have any questions not covered here, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us on our support forum or via the comments section below.
Q: How do I embed a Google Map in my WordPress blog?
A: To embed a Google Map in your WordPress blog, first go to the WP Go Maps plugin page and click “Add New”. You will be prompted to enter the URL of your Google map. Once you’ve entered the URL, click “Add.” Your map will now appear in your blog! You can add maps to posts, pages
Setting Up Your Maps
Setting Up Your Maps
If you’re new to using the WordPress Go Maps plugin, you’ll want to read through this guide first. Once you have everything set up the way you want it, continue reading for tips on using the plugin.
To get started, first make sure you have the Go Maps plugin installed on your WordPress site. Then, follow these steps to set up your map location:
1. Click in the bottom left corner of your blog post or page editor, and then click on the Settings menu item.
2. Under “Maps & Location,” click on the “WP Google Maps (formerly WP Google Maps)” plugin button.
3. On the next screen, you’ll need to enter your map URL and login information. For example, if your map URL is http://maps.google.com/maps?oe=UTF-8&client=pub spinach&output=embed&hl=en-US, then your login information would be spinach as usual. Be sure to replace “ maps.google.com ” with your own map URL!
4. In addition to entering your map URL and login info, you’ll also
Adding a new Google Maps service to your WordPress blog is easy with the WP Go Maps plugin. Once you have installed and activated the plugin, click on the “Add a Service” button on the main plugin screen. You will then be prompted to enter the URL of the Google map service you want to add. The following screenshot shows an example:
Once you have entered the URL, WP Go Maps will give you a list of options for configuring the service. The most important setting is the “Map Type” which can be set to Traditional or Hybrid. If you are using a Traditional map type, WP Go Maps will use the Google Maps API to display maps on your website. If you are using a Hybrid map type, WP Go Maps will combine data from both the Google Maps API and the WordPress Widget API. The following screenshot shows an example of a Hybrid map type:
The other settings that are important for configuring a Google map service are the “API Key” and “Secret Key”. If you are not familiar with these terms, you should probably leave them blank for now. The API Key is used by Google to authenticate your requests to their maps service,
Modifying Your Maps
There are a few ways you can customize your WP Google Maps plugin to better fit your needs. In this blog post, we’ll cover some of the most popular modifications, including adding markers and routing.
If you’re using the WP Go Maps (formerly WP Google Maps) plugin on your blog, then you’ve doubtless run into a situation where you need to add a location but don’t have access to the API. Fear not! In this article, we’ll show you how to add locations without using the API. We’ll also cover some common issues and solutions that might be applicable to your specific situation. So if you’re having trouble adding locations or want to improve your mapping skills, keep reading!