Make sure everyone knows exactly where you are with this handy Google Maps shortcode. We’ve added boatloads of options so you can create exactly the map you want. Also, click the marker below to get a customizable popup!
[gmap address="Atlanta, GA" height="300px" html="You clicked me!"]
- width – width of the map embed
- height – height of the map embed
- address – address of the location to display on the map
- latitude – the latitude of the location to display on the map (an alternative to providing the address)
- longitude – the longitude of the location to display on the map (an alternative to providing the address)
- zoom – the initial zoom level of the map
- html – the HTML to display in the popup that is launched when the location marker is clicked
- pancontrol – whether you want to display the pan control (the large circle with the arrows for moving around)
- zoomcontrol – whether you want to display the zoom control (the plus and minus buttons for zooming in and out)
- maptypecontrol – whether you want to display the map type control (letting the user choose between « map » and « satellite » display)
- scalecontrol – whether to display the scale control (the marking that tells you the distances represented in the map).
- overviewmapcontrol – whether to display the overview map control (the arrow in the bottom right corner that expands to show the region currently being viewed).
- scrollwheel – whether the map should zoom in and out in response to scrolling via a mouse scrollwheel.
- maptype – the type of map you want to display (roadmap, satellite, hybrid or terrain).
- marker – whether you want to display the red marker showing the location specified by the address or longitude/latitude attributes.
- style – CSS class names that you’d like to add to the map element (can be used to style the map control via CSS).
- full – set to true if you want the map to span a full-width page