This is where you can add, edit and assign maps to your pages (modules).
By default, a map is displayed above a Page Title Block sharing the same section with a top slider (OWL Carousel), so it can only be one or the other at the same time; learn more about the front-end page structure.
Click the tabs to access different settings and content areas. You can recognize which tab you are on by color association, e.g. if you click the light green tab, all the boxes below the tab bar will be light green.
Google Maps tab
Use the Add New button located in the upper-right corner of the Google Maps list box to add a new map.
The mandatory Admin Note field is not displayed on the front end, it only keeps maps organized in the back end.
In the Google Maps list box, use these buttons to:
- order the map list ascending or descending (click the column titles).
- delete any map.
- trigger the details section of any map where you can edit its settings.
- Maps or top sliders assigned to specific pages will overwrite any existing ones set for all pages.
- If you have multiple maps or top sliders assigned to the same specific page or to all pages, the system will randomly display one of them on each reload.
Use the auto-generated shortcodes from the Google Maps list box in any editable text field to insert maps throughout your site.
These are dynamic widgets that handle the same content as the module they are based on, but the way they display it can be different if you add an extra CSS class or background.
- Use Google Maps widgets to insert maps in any module or footer layout with a simple drag & drop.
- Use the auto-generated shortcodes of the Google Maps widgets in any editable text field to insert maps throughout your site.
You can find a step-by-step guide on how to create new widgets and make them appear on pages in the Widgets main section article; it makes no difference if you manage widgets here or there.