Guide: Add map to website or blog

This guide will show you step-by-step how to add your map to your website or blog.

If you have not already done so then you should first create a map using the myGeoBook editor for facebook:

The next step is to click on the little share icon  next to the name of your map and pick "Share your map on website or blog". This will give you the html code (iframe) that you need to complete the instructions below. (You can also choose "Share via e-mail" to a get a simple URL you can post to your website or newsletter but that is of course less cool than adding an interactive map to your web page).

Step 1

Copy the single line of HTML that you got above.

Example (customized):

<iframe src=http://mgbembeddedmap.mygeobook.com/Map.aspx?profileId=1184&showSearch=true&amp;autoZoomAndCenter=true&amp;zoom=2" border="0" width="565" height="600" frameborder="0"></iframe>

Step 2

Go to your CMS (Like WordPress or similar) where you can edit your webpage and insert the HTML you have just copied and then save the update. 

That's it - you now have a nice interactive map that your website visitors can use!

You can read more about how the map can be customized here.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

 

 


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