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With a few simple clicks, you can post a customized, interactive Google Map in your
blog. Follow these simple steps to post your map:

  • Go to the ZeeMaps server ( and create your map
  • Add markers, regions to your map
  • Add one marker at-a-time, using Additions->Add Marker menu item, or use Additions->Upload CSV to add multiple markers from a CSV file or Google Spreadsheet
  • After your map is done, note the map number for your map (the number on the map URL after the parameter group=)
  • Make sure you have the ZeeMaps plugin downloaded and activated
  • Go to edit your blog entry
  • In the second row for your blog editor menu buttons, you should see a new button with the Google marker icon
  • Place your cursor in the location where you want to publish your map in the editor window
  • Click on the Google marker icon button
  • Enter your map number and customize your published map in the resulting dialog
  • Click on the insert button

This should add some text to your blog like:

[zeemaps 45 w=100% h=500 add geosearch]

This text will be replaced by the map in your blog.


  • Shows the ZeeMaps plugin listed in the Plugins Admin page.
  • The Google Marker icon button for adding a ZeeMap to your blog.
  • Dialog to customize your published map.


  1. Upload and unzip in the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

See Also: “Installing Plugins” article on the WP Codex


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“ZeeMaps” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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Version 1.0.0

  • Initial Release

Version 1.1

  • Fix button layout

Version 1.2

  • Added x, y, z parameters for centering a map at a given longitude, latitude, and zoom

Version 1.3

  • Added option for SimpleAdd, TopBar