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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 WordPress.org: Google-Maps-GPX-Viewer

Map buttonHier wird der Karten-ManagerKarten-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.

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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.

 

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

 

ShortCode:
[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;"]

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

ShortCodes

  • 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 google traffic layer
  • bike=yes add google bicyle layer

 

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  1. Hi, your plugin looks really great and if it would work I would also donate usage. Unfortunately I´ve a fatal error when if I try to activitate the plugin: “Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function mysql_get_server_info() ”

    WordPress verion: 4.7.3
    PHP-VErsion: 5.6.29
    MySQL-VErsion: 5.7.15

    Do you know any solution?

    • can you post more info like module/file and line no. of the error?
      Try to deactivate other plugins to exclude incompatibility.

      • Even if I deactivate all pluins the same alert still remain.
        Here´s the complete alert (I´ve just replaced account and domain infos with “…”:
        “Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function mysql_get_server_info() in /www/htdocs/…../wp-content/plugins/google-maps-gpx-viewer/php/gpx_database.php:191 Stack trace: #0 /www/htdocs/…../wp-content/plugins/google-maps-gpx-viewer/php/gpx_database.php(12): poi_db_install() #1 /www/htdocs/…../wp-content/plugins/google-maps-gpx-viewer/php/map_functions.php(17): require_once(‘/www/htdocs/w01…’) #2 /www/htdocs/…./plugins/google-maps-gpx-viewer/google-maps-gpx-viewer.php(17): require(‘/www/htdocs/w01…’) #3 /www/htdocs/……/includes/plugin.php(1882): include(‘/www/htdocs/w01…’) #4 /www/htdocs/…./wp-admin/plugins.php(164): plugin_sandbox_scrape(‘google-maps-gpx…’) #5 {main} thrown in /www/htdocs/……/wp-content/plugins/google-maps-gpx-viewer/php/gpx_database.php on line 191″

    • The plugin never use this function.
      Try a google search to “Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function mysql_get_server_info()”
      maybe someone had the same problems.

      • Thanks! I think it was a template problem. After changing the template everything is working fine and I´ve found a way to include google API-Key. Is there any chance to change the numbers at the elevation chart? I`d like to have only whole numbers without decimals places.

  2. We’ve been using the excellent WMS OSM interface http://tile.thunderforest.com/landscape/
    and also the cyclemap and outdoors tiles.

    They now require an API key which we’ve obtained. The map displays with a text overlay without the API key.

    However their new URL doesn’t work with the plugin because of the API suffix. The new format is
    https://tile.thunderforest.com/landscape/${z}/${x}/${y}.png?apikey=
    where z is zoom and x and y define the tile. Leaving out the z, x, y and all the rest works (though with the text overlay).
    Adding the api key part disables the map.

    Their website: https://www.thunderforest.com/maps/

    Some documentation: https://www.thunderforest.com/tutorials/openlayers/

    Is there any way of adding the api key without disabling the map? I will happily edit the code!

  3. HI
    how to create the map like this : http://www.atlsoft.de/poi-marker-manager/ with possibility to turn on/off POI?
    I dont see such an option.

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