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Testing Maps Plugin

I’m testing out this Google Maps plugin with a .gpx file from a mountain bike ride I did a year ago Sunday. Let’s see how this is going to work.

Tyler State Park 28th Birthday Ride

4 comments to Testing Maps Plugin

  • admin

    This turned out nice. I like it. Now we’ll see how it looks when I add data containing heart rate and cadence data with my new Edge 705

  • I realy like this. I want to learn how to go about it.

  • admin

    The bottom left corner of the actual map has a link to the developer’s website. This particular one is CAKE to install on a wordpress blog. WordPress has it in their database and the install is automatic, and from there all you have to do is choose your options (there are quite a few choices you can make).

    I don’t know if this will work if you don’t have WordPress. At the very least, you can implement the basic Google Maps API on your site with minimal coding (though I hear there is a no-coding option on Google’s site somewhere). Google has a pretty good tutorial for it in their “Code” page. I hear GPS Visualizer also has something available that can do some charts. I know a guy on a Mac using iWeb was able to do it with no coding.

  • Thanks for the info, I am currently using Joomla on my “Geostuff” site. I did a little reading and found a few add-ons for it also.

    Thanks again.

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