Add Google Maps to Your Website/Blog With MapMyPage

If you are a Blogger or Webmaster and are looking to embed a Google map to your Website or Blog I suggest you to try MapMyPage. MapMyPage offers a simple free script to add Google Maps to your website. All you have to do is just copy the one line of JavaScript into a webpage/blog and MapMyPage will automatically add Google Maps to all the locations that you have mentioned in your web page.

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This service from MapMyPage will be very useful for webmasters who deal mainly with travel related sites. Your visitors can easily access Google Maps for the locations they find in your web pages. They can get directions to a local business and view a travel destination in Google Earth. Then can even save an address to their GPS device.

MapMyPage uses its own proprietary technology along with MetaCarta’s GeoTagger and Google Maps API to find locations in your web pages and display the corresponding Google Maps. You can do a lot of things with the Maps that are displayed on the web pages. You can easily drag the Google Maps in any direction, zoom in and out, check Traffic, get Satellite and Terrain views, see Street View images, view Panaramio photos and Wikipedia articles, and switch to Google Earth view with the Google Earth Plugin.

Just place the following code right before the tag to get MapMyPage on your web page.

  1. <!– MapMyPage BEGIN –>
  2. <script src=“http://www.mapmypage.com/scripts/maps.js”
  3. type=“text/javascript”></script>
  4. <!– MapMyPage END –>

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