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WordPress Plugin for ZeeMaps

For a while now, TypePad users have enjoyed the ability to publish ZeeMaps in their blog posts. We are pleased to announce that WordPress users can now enjoy the same benefit.

A ZeeMaps plugin for WordPress is now available. Download and unzip the plugin file in your wp-content/plugins folder. Activate the ZeeMaps plugin using the Plugins admin menu in WordPress.

Upon activation, you should see the popular Google marker icon button in the second row of your blog editor menus. Click on this button to add a ZeeMap to your blog post. Just enter the number of the map, and customize how you want publish the map. This will add a text like

[ zeemap 29719 w=100% h=500 geosearch list shuttered ]

to your blog post. When you publish the blog, this line will be replaced by an interactive map. (We’ve added a space after the first bracket so that the line shows without displaying the map in this blog post. Normally that space should not be there.)

2 Comments

  • Todd Katz
    Posted June 14, 2010 at 9:01 am | Permalink

    In very limited testing it appears that the Confluence enterprise wiki can display functional Zeeamaps using the “iframe” macro contained in a free Confluence plugin called Content Formatting Macros. The following line displays the referenced Zeemap no problem:

    {iframe:src=http://www.zeemaps.com/map?group=126102&x=-73.9787&y=40.7626&z=4|width=800|height=800}
    {iframe}

    Re Confluence: http://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence/

  • Posted June 20, 2010 at 11:35 am | Permalink

    In very limited testing it appears that the Confluence enterprise wiki can display functional Zeeamaps using the “iframe” macro contained in a free Confluence plugin called Content Formatting Macros. The following line displays the referenced Zeemap no problem:
    +1

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