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Responsive iframe GoogleMap


Responsive friendly free GoogleMap embedder using shortcode.

How to use

  1. On a post screen, enter the shortcode. For classic wysiwyg editor, you can use GoogleMap button which this plugin adds.
  2. Please set values for parameters below in your shortcode.
    • width : width of a map (px)
    • height : height of a map (px)
    • zoom : zoom of a map (1-21)
    • border : border style of a map (css)
    • address : see examples below
    • latitude : see examples below
    • longitude : see examples below
  3. By posting, the GoogleMap is displayed in the article.


  • set a location by “address” parameter
    [responsive_map width=860 height=500 address="Tokyo Station" zoom=16 border="1px solid #ccc"]
  • set a location by “latitude” and “longitude” parameter
    [responsive_map width=860 height=500 latitude=35.681167 longitude=139.767052 zoom=16 border="1px solid #ccc"]



  1. Upload the ‘responsive-iframe-googlemap’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.


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  • Fixed Position setting bug.


  • Fixed shortcode bug.


  • First commit.