The map settings tab is for clients using the Locations feature and Google Maps API. It gives you control over the settings for the embedded Google Map on the store locator page on your website.
From the Dashboard, click Settings, then click Site Settings.
Click the Maps tab.
First visit Google Maps API by clicking the link provided. Then click Get API Key on the left column under Overview. Then click the Get Started button and follow the instructions, being sure to enable both Maps and Places, until you receive your API Key. Copy/Paste your API Key in the Google Maps API Key space below.
Default Map Search String: This is the address or place (e.g. Los Angeles) that you want to base your Google Map around. Searching for this string in Google Maps will bring up the area that will be shown in your embedded Google Map.
Default Map Position X: This is the horizontal coordinate of your embedded map’s center point, based on your default map search string. You can obtain this number by right clicking the google map generated by your default search string and selecting What’s here?.
Default Map Position Y: This is the vertical coordinate of your embedded map’s center point, based on your default map search string. You can obtain this number by right clicking the google map generated by your default search string and selecting What’s here?.
Default Map Zoom Level: A number between 0 and 20 that signifies the default zoom level of the Google Map, 0 being very far and 20 being very close.
Attempt Geolocation: This feature will attempt to center the map on the user’s location.
Map Search Radius Array: Enter various radii in miles that you want the user to be able to search over and display store locations for on your embedded Google Map. Enter as follows: 10,25,50,100.
Map Search Radius Default: The beginning search radius in miles for your embedded Google Map.
When you are finished selecting settings click the Save button to save your map settings.
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