Post Google Map WordPress Plotting Plugin

Fresh off the dev table is our newest plugin, Post Google Map.  This plugins allows you to add addresses to posts and pages.  These addresses are then plotted on a google map in your sidebar when viewing the post or page!  It’s a great way to localize your posts, news, stories, events, etc.

Google Map Widget ScreenshotHovering over a plot will display the title of the post, address, and also a thumbnail from the post if any images exist. Easily add and delete a single or multiple addresses to each post.

Viewing a single post displays only addresses attached to that post/page, viewing any other page will show the most recent plots across your entire site. You can also set a custom title and description for each address saved. If no title or description is entered the post title and excerpt will be used.


  1. Upload the post-google-map folder to the plugins directory in your WordPress or WPMU installation
  2. Activate the plugin
  3. Click on “Post Google Map” under Settings. You MUST obtain a Google Maps API key for this plugin to work.
  4. Add the “Post Google Map” widget to your sidebar
  5. Add an address to any post/page

This plugin has been tested and works on WordPress 2.8.1 and WordPress MU (WPMU) 2.8.1.

Visit our Official Post Google Map plugin support page.

You can download the plugin at the Plugin Directory here: Post Google Map on

If you experience any bugs please visit our Support Forum.

Add an address to any post or page.


7 thoughts on “Post Google Map WordPress Plotting Plugin

  1. Great plugin for WordPress, but I can’t work out how to add an address.

    I am using WordPress 2.8.2 and the add address screenshot above is not in the settings or the post edit…

    Please advise how can I add an address, or navigate to the add address screen

  2. Hi,
    On your #4 instruction which is—
    4.) Add the “Post Google Map” widget to your sidebar or use shortcode [google-map] directly in your post/page

    WHAT IS THAT SHORTCODE [GOOGLE-MAP]?.. any instructions for I can post the map in my post/page?

  3. What is the proper method to get Lat/Log to show on a map? Regular addresses work but I can’t figure the syntax for getting an entry to show using the Lat/Log coordinates

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