Docs & Demos


Mit diesem Plugin ist es einfach den Google Kartendienst in Artikel und Seiten einer WordPress Installation einzubauen.

Hier die Liste der Funktionen, die sich mit dem Karten-Manager konfigurieren lassen.

Das Zeichnen von Tracks und Wegpunkten mit dem Editor ist als Demo der Installation beigefügt und als Pro-Version verfügbar.

Plugin Download bei Google-Maps-GPX-Viewer

Map buttonHier wird der Karten-Manager Karten-Manager im WordPress Editor gestartet.








Alle Funktionen sind über die Reiter des Dialogfensters erreichbar.

Als Administrator kann man unter Einstellung Google Maps einige andere Einstellungen vornehmen und externe WMS-Kartenserver einbinden.

Wer sich mit den WordPress ShortCodes auskennt kann diese auch direkt angeben, ansonsten erledigt das der Karten-Manager. Hier ein paar Beispiele.

Now it is easy to use Google Maps inside WordPress. Here’s the Plugins feature list:

Drawing tracks and waypoints directly inside the map instead of using GPX are features of the Pro-version.

Plugin download: Google-Maps-GPX-Viewer

Map buttonHere you’ll start the plugins Map-Manager.Map manager








All map settings are done through the map managers user interface.

There are some more settings inside the admins Settings Google Maps area. Here you may setup external WMS, OsGeo Web-Map-Service or OSM Open-Street-Maps to your WordPress Blog.

If you know how to use WordPress ShordCodes you may put them directly into your posts, otherwise the map manager will do this for you. Here are some sample maps.


[map lat=51.493 lon=7.45 z=15 maptype=satellite]


[map address="Alexanderplatz, Berlin, Germany" z=15 marker="yes" markerimage="/img/fturm.png" infowindow="Berlin Alexanderplatz" style="width:610px; height:250px; border:1px solid gray; margin-left:20px; float:right;"]

[map maptype=OSM gpx="/tracks/Marker-Manager.gpx" style="width:610px; height:250px; border:1px solid gray;"]


  • maptype=”OSM” select maptype roadmap, terrain, satellit, hybrid, Relief, OSM, ‘OSM cycle’, WMS
  • pano=”yes” Google Panoramio Images Layer
  • panotag=”tag/user-id” selects Ponoramio images by tag or user ID
  • style=”width:300px; height400px; margin:20px” must be css conform
  • gpx=”direct or absolute path to the gpx-file”
  • kml= “absolute path to the kml-file”
  • elevation=”yes/no” depends on the option settings
  • download=”yes/no” depends on the option settings
  • fusion=”<table id>;<geoLocation-field>;<condition>”
  • address=”Berlin, Germany” location by geocoded address
  • lat=”51.093″ lon=”7.23544” location latitude/longitude
  • z=”15” set zoom level (0-20) depends on maptype
  • marker=”yes” add location marker
  • markerimage=”URL” add custom marker image
  • infowindow=”text to be published” add Infowindow
  • traffic=”yes” add googles traffic layer
  • bike=yes add googles bicyle layer




  1. Hi!
    Great plugin. But my height scale stops at 20m on every map even if I the ground is higher. What do I do wrong?

  2. Thank you for a great plug in. I noticed though on my site, the maps just started to not show up all of a sudden. Please look at and you will see ‘space holders’ for the maps (the script does that, I do not make it do that) in each post, but the maps are not showing up anymore… They used to work awesome. Is there an issue or is Google just down??
    Thanks for your help.

    • Hi, there are some Javascript errors on your site which disable the plugin loading.

      • Can you please tell me where the javascript errors are so that I may fix them??

        • Try to use Firerfox with the firebug plugin and have a look at the console output.

          • I did that. I do see some errors, but I do not know how to fix them or what they mean. Could maybe another plugin or widget be conflicting with it?? Sometimes the map will come up, but most of the time it will not…. should I try I different WMS (do you think it’s a Google Map issue??) Thanks!

          • It is not a google maps issue, and changing the WMS will not solve your js errors. Try to find out which plugin makes the trouble by switching each on/off.

  3. I am developing a new site and using the map in a small 220 px square widget. When you click to expand the map to full screen, it does, but the web page’s header image is on top so you don’t see the center of the map. Is there a way to expand the page and have it open in a new window? Thank you

  4. Hi,
    thank you so much for Google-Maps-GPX-Viewer WP plugin, it’s really awesome, i manage to feed it with my 2.5Mb KML, you may see it in my website.
    there’s only little bug, when we enlarge, the marker seems little too slow, i hope there will be an update soon.

    thank you, great piece of software!


  5. Hi,

    When using W3TC the maps will not load do you have a fix?


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