The owners of large sites in various ways increase their credibility. One of the great ways is to represent the real address of the company.
Simple text information is not as interesting as a full-fledged map. With the help of one of the Google services, you can install a map on your website and even specify the route.
How to insert Google Maps into the site? The interface of this service has changed somewhat, so the instructions for adding maps to sites have become irrelevant.
We decided to fix this and wrote a walkthrough. This is not so difficult to do, and having a map on the contact information page will improve its visual perception.
B, you can select absolutely any object on the map, so after switching to the service, immediately enter the data to search for the building. If the company is known, you can simply enter its name:
Click on the object that indicates the location, and then go to the menu, as shown in the image. There you will find an item in order to share a link to a map with an established address or get a code to insert into the site:
In these settings, you can select a different map format (Land, Transport , relief). To get the card code, click on the item highlighted in the image above. Then the following window opens:
A link or code is selected at the top. In the line highlighted code that can be used to insert. Opposite it is set to "Medium", this is the dimension of the map, change it to your liking.
The Workion blog was created on WordPress; in order to add a map to it, you need to create an "Arbitrary Text" and paste the code into it: , they can also be changed manually, just enter the required width and height. On any other sites, the code is added in the same way, some even insert it into the main code of the page.
It’s not difficult to add a google map to your website , be sure to do it if you have a real office. Your customers will appreciate this for sure, because on such a map you can also find travel or even find out how to get to the company by public transport.
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