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Andreadb Google Maps


Andreadb Google Maps is an easy-to-use responsive google maps plugin with an intuitive user interface. You set the coordinates of your location and customize it with the settings. Use the provided shortcode or template include to easily embed google maps in your blog, pages, post and widget.


  • Simple easy to use interface
  • Responsive
  • Multiple markers
  • Custom icon marker
  • Info Window customizable with WYSIWYG editor WordPress
  • All Controls are available with style and position
  • Admin preview
  • Shortcode for displaying google maps anywhere in your site
  • Fast – only the minimum JavaScript/CSS is included on your page


  • All Google Maps Screen
  • Google Maps General
  • Google Maps Markers
  • Google Maps Controls
  • Google Maps Preview
  • Google Maps Widget


The easy way:

  1. Go to the Plugins Menu in WordPress
  2. Search for “Andreadb Google Maps”
  3. Click “Install”

The not so easy way:

  1. Upload the andreadb-google-maps folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Manage your google maps using the ‘Andreadb Google Maps’ menu option


Why is my google maps not working?

Check for javascript errors in your page. This is the most common cause of the google maps not running. See diagnosing javascript errors. Fix the javascript errors and the google maps will run. Google Maps from 22/06/2016 required API KEY you can set it in Settings page.


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1.0 [18/12/2016]

  • Initial