Free Download Advanced Google Maps Plugin for WordPress 5.2.6

Advanced Google Maps Plugin for Wordpress

Updated on: June 25, 2020

FREE Download Advanced Google Maps Plugin for WordPress 5.2.6 Nulled, This Google Maps Plugin for WordPress is the most advanced Google Maps plugin ever created. We developed it using valuable feedback from thousands of customers.


  1. Filter locations by custom fields, taxonomies & location data easily. Create multiple filters using the backend.
  2. Display posts, pages or custom posts type on google maps. You can display multiple posts type on a single google map.
  3. Assign a location to your post easily using a meta box or your own custom fields. You can use the Advanced Custom Fields plugin to assign a location to your post as well.
  4. Display posts information e.g title, content, excerpt, featured image, categories, tags, custom fields, or custom taxonomies in the info window. You just need to use placeholders to display these data.
  5. Display posts listing below the map and show posts information in the listing. You can customize HTML easily to integrate your own design.
  6. Display posts or locations below the map in the grid or list format. Visitors can switch format at the front-end.
  7. Add any number of information in location or marker details and display them in an info window easily. e.g fax, phone, email, website, etc.
  8. Import unlimited location data from CSV. You can import any number of fields in the location. Assign categories to your location using CSV. All CSV delimiters supported.
  9. Assign multiple categories to a location and allow visitors to filter by categories.
  10. Choose to redirect to a location or display info window message on marker click for both posts or manually added locations.
  11. A complete listing module to filter, sort, print, and advanced search box to filter posts or locations by zip, address, city, country, post title, or location title and categories.
  12. Listing module is ajax based on the fastest search experience and usability.
  13. Search posts or locations nearby within a certain radius. Customize radius settings in the backend.
  14. Filter locations/markers by category on the map. Ability filters to multiple categories at once.
  15. Sort listing by title, address, or category in both ascending and descending order.
  16. Print filtered location listing. You can control the print option via backend.
  17. Placeholders to modify location listing data without any programming.
  18. Enable or disable search form, category filter, print option, sorting options in the backend.
  19. Listing module is pagination supported. You can decide # of posts or locations per page using the backend setting.
  20. Ask start location and end location from visitors to show route directions. Click on the marker to automatically fill the start location. Get driving, bicycling, walking, or transit route information.
  21. Visitors can get route directions in both miles and kilometers.
  22. Display start location input as a textbox or select box filled with your locations.
  23. Display end location input as a textbox or select box filled with your locations.
  24. Ability to display default Start and End location in the directions tab.
  25. Get nearby places within a certain radius using google places API.
  26. Display Circle around amenities found using google places API.
  27. Enable marker clusters if you have too many locations. Just activate and the plugin will handle the rest.
  28. You can apply marker clustering on both posts and locations. Marker cluster will be updated automatically on filtration.
  29. Choose marker cluster icons and mouseover icons to improve user experience. 10 marker cluster styles are available
  30. Choose marker cluster grid size and max zoom level.
  31. Create routes in the backend and display them on the front-end. You can assign a color to each route. Visitors can show/hide routes on front-end using route filter form. You can display multiple routes on google maps.
  32. Customize Stroke Color, Stroke Opacity, Stroke Weight, Travel Modes, Unit Systems, Start Location, End Location and waypoints to create a route.
  33. Make route draggable and optimize waypoints to suggest the best possible route.
  34. Assign waypoints to the route. Searchable location listings are added to assign waypoints to the route quickly.
  35. Admin can draw any number of circles, rectangles, polygons or polylines and display them on google maps. Shapes are clickable.
  36. Display an info window on click on a shape.
  37. Redirect to a location on click on a shape.
  38. Delete individual shapes or modify property of the shape by selecting on click.
  39. Draw any number of shapes on the map and save all of them together.
  40. Use your own coordinates to draw shapes.
  41. Apply awesome Google Maps styles from with a simple copy and paste.
  42. You can create your own custom styles as well, for roads, labels, or geometry for your own google maps skin.
  43. Fetch locations from external data sources e.g custom tables or API and automatically assign to map using hooks.
  44. Ability to fetch latitude, longitude, city, country, state, and zip code automatically when you type an address in the input field.
  45. Manage parent-child categories.
  46. Assign your own markers to categories or choose from +500 readymade markers.
  47. Ability to search within icons list to find suitable icons and assign them to a category quickly.
  48. Using placeholders e.g {marker_title},{marker_address},{marker_message},{marker_latitude},{marker_longitude}, customize the body of the infowindow message.
  49. Display info window on marker click or mouseover.
  50. Open info window when page load without click or mouseover.
  51. Modify info window contents via hook using programming.
  52. Close info window on marker click. You can disable this feature in the backend.
  53. Apply Bounce Animation on marker click or mouseover.
  54. Apply Drop Animation on marker when they display on google maps.
  55. Change the zoom level of the map on marker click for better visibility.
  56. Display multiple KML/KMZ Layers on the map.
  57. Display a large number of data on the map using a fusions table. The best way to manage large sets of data.
  58. Display real-time traffic conditions and overlays using Traffic Layers.
  59. Add bicycle path information to your maps using the Bicycling Layer.
  60. Display physical maps based on terrain information.
  61. Ability to display multiple layers together on the map.
  62. Set height, width, zoom level, map type, enable/disable scrolling wheel, draggable property, and apply 45° imagery.
  63. Maps are fully responsive and adjust automatically according to the device.
  64. (Optional) Assign center latitude and longitude to the map. By default, center location is automatically calculated based on locations assigned to the map.
  65. Center the map based on the visitor’s current location.
  66. Display a circle around the center location to highlight the center location. Set property of the circle.
  67. Assign multiple locations to the map using searchable listings. Listings are paginated if you have hundreds of locations.
  68. Show/Hide Zoom Control, Full-Screen Control, Map Type Control, Scale Control, Street View Control, Overview Map Control and decide the position of the controls over the map.
  69. Hide markers on page load and display them after filtration only.
  70. Display street view of the location. Setup POV Heading and POV Pitch of Street View to customize Street View output of a location.
  71. Display overlays and customizes border color, overlay width, overlay height, font size, border width, and border style.
  72. The easiest way to limit panning/dragging so the map stays within certain bounds using limit panning settings.
  73. Display GEOJSON data using URL easily.
  74. Display maps in a blend of normal and satellite views.
  75. Display Google Maps in sidebars using the widget. You can display any number of maps in the sidebar.
  76. Display categories, directions, routes, and nearby tabs together on google maps.
  77. Display location counts with category name. and sort categories by the number of locations assigned.
  78. Keep backup of locations, routes, maps, and categories.
  79. You can assign permissions to your users to manage your location, categories, routes, and maps.
  80. Ability to use External Database or Sources to add markers on Google Maps using new filter wpgmp_marker_source.
  81. Add multiple Google maps on a page. Each map will have its own properties.
  82. A cross-browser compatible plugin. Fully tested on IE8, IE9, IE10, and all other major browsers
  83. Multilingual Supported using .po files.
  84. Multisite Enabled and ability to activate it network-wide.

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