Hi,how can i use different markers for different locations?Thanks
thank you so much for purchasing travel map pro php.
It’s not possible to use different markers for every stop at the moment. We’ll think about to add this feature in the future. But at the moment I can’t promise any release date.
Hi Autobahn – you must be Kraftwerk band big fan
Seems like a great solution for something I need to work on, but I don’t have a time, so I need to ask you couple of things.
1. On screenshot I’ve noticed you provide locations for each point by giving name, longitude and latitude … my database of the system contains only names of cities and because this is about world travel I can’t provide map centre and map zoom parameter – will google api find automatically ?
2. I know there is php version – which is good because I need to generate them dynamically, however – would you think about very easy way to display that in modal box or something fancy like … ie. prettyphoto script ?
Best Regards – Matt.
thank you so much for your request.
1. At the moment there is no geocoding included in the map itself. In the help file geocoding is included. Maybe you can include the geocoding in your php code yourself?
2. Im not really sure what you mean. Do you wan’t to display the whole map in a modal box?
I’ll show you what I’m working on and looking for improvement – I’m
using static map from google maps api v.2:
You will see what I’m trying to improve – the table in the database
I’ve got contains names of locations and some of them lat and long
data – that, why I was asking if google maps need those parameters for
proper working … or there is a way to like switch off those two
Regards – Matt.
as I wrote before. Geocoding doesn’t work with mapped contact form pro. At the moment you can only use lat and long values for locations. You have to do the geocoding before in your scripts or ad the values by hand.
What is the size limit of the info window?
there is no hard limit. But it doesn’t work out if you info window is bigger than your map canvas.
I like the look of your map, I just have 1 question…. Can I generate different maps for different pages within my site or is this code just for 1 map? Thanks
off course you can add different maps on different pages.
IM looking at getting this for one of my clients who is not HTML saavy and I need to know if this is something that has an admin where they would be able to update and manage their weekly shipping routes or would they need me to edit the map each week as their routes change they would need a drag and drop visual map admin or a fill in the blanks form to generate the map.
Thanks In advance!
thanks for your question.
There is no Admin Panel. Just an helper in the help file to get the coordinates of a spot.
You have to program the admin panel yourself.
Hi, it is nice. Can it be a wordpress plugin which can make a number of route map, with shortcode can embedded in a article? If you can make it, I will pay becasue I would like to integrate with my existing wordpress website. thanks
Hello I am a little confused on adding the map config array? any help would be good
Please have a look at chapter A of the documentation.
wondering if the question above was replied positively or not as I ahve the same one: integrate this into a wordpress page:
“Can it be a wordpress plugin which can make a number of route map, with shortcode can embedded in a article? If you can make it, I will pay becasue I would like to integrate with my existing wordpress website.”
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