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How to add a Google Map to your WordPress Site: A Guide

If you’ve tried your hand at creating a WordPress site, but feel like there’s something missing to give it that certain “pizazz”, might we suggest adding a map to take your design to the next level? Oh, who are we kidding – If you clicked on this blog post, that’s exactly why you’re here! So

A Guide to Adding Custom Fields to your Markers

Before we get started it’s important to note that in order to add custom fields and filtering to your map, you will need the WP Go Maps Pro add-on. It’s also supported by our Visitor-generated Markers add-on. In our recent blog posts, we’ve touched on a couple of reasons why WP Go Maps is the

A Guide to WP Go Maps Custom Markers

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If you’re looking for a way to add custom markers to your maps, WP Go Maps is a great option. With our plugin, you can easily add markers for things like businesses, points of interest, or other locations of your choosing. You’re able to customize the markers to match your website’s branding and style. You

Challenge: On hover over element changes map centre and zoom

In this Challenge, we will be demonstrating how you can add a non-map element to your page or website, so as to manipulate the map center and zoom on hover. As this is a non-map entity, you can place it in your header, your footer or even as a link or button above or below

Marker Listing Display

This article covers displaying the Marker Listing on either side of the Map with WP Go Maps Pro. The Custom CSS feature discussed is available with the free version of WP Go Maps, but Marker Listings require the WP Go Maps Pro Addon. This documentation is current for WP Go Maps version 6. Marker Listing