The Widgetkit Map provides a simple solution for adding a map to your website. Various features let you customize the map, like changing colors and adding markers or directions.
- Location selection with auto geocoding
- Supports multiple map markers with text popups
- Option to get the direction to the active marker
- Supports custom map styles and colors
- Uses the latest Google Maps API
- Built with HTML5, CSS3, PHP 5.3+ and the latest jQuery version
- Works with Joomla and WordPress
This map features all map controls, multiple markers and you can get the direction.
Color Scheme Example
Set or invert the hue, saturation, lightness and gamma of a map.
Start in the editor
To get started, click on the Widgetkit button in your CMS edit view. Now choose the widget you would like to render, for example Grid. To create content for your widget, hit the New button and select the content type, for example media.
Explore the Interface
To create your content, you can add single content items by using Add Item. Alternatively you can use Add Media to select multiple items at once through the media library or manager of your CMS. Don’t forget to hit Save after you have created your items and then Close.
Using the shortcodes
To finalize your widget, hit Insert. Now you will see a shortcode with the ID and settings of your widget. If you have changed the default settings of your widget, the updated settings will be added to the shortcode. To select a different widget, click inside the shortcode and hit the Widgetkit button. Now click Change Widget.
This map has a fixed width, no controls and no markers.
How To Use
With the Widgetkit Map you can quickly create and manage simple maps with features like multiple markers, text popups and custom color schemes. Once you have created a map, you can load it anywhere on your website using shortcodes or the universal Widgetkit Joomla module or WordPress widget.