This page demonstrates the Waymark WordPress plugin.
The information displayed in the following Maps is not intended to be true or accurate.
Create Interactive Maps
Using the Editor you can add Overlays (Markers, Lines and Shapes) to the Map.
Each can be given a title, description and an image which will be displayed once clicked.
Add a Maps to your content using the Shortcode, like this:
Waymark was designed to be very customisable, allowing you to change icons, colours and styles using Types.
Integrate multiple Basemaps from mapping providers, you can switch between Basemaps using the layers icon.
Import Photos and Tracks
Photos with location data will be add to the Map where they were taken.
Waymark can read Markers and Lines from common file formats (GPX/KML/GeoJSON).
If Meta has been added for a Map it is displayed on the Map Details page.
Display Multiple Maps at Once
Use Collections to organise your Maps.
Collections allow you to create relationships between Maps. All Maps in a Collection will be displayed on the archive page for that Collection and when embedding using the Shortcode.
Collections can be nested and Maps can be associated with multiple Collections, giving you freedom over how you organise your Maps.
Watch the Video
Waymark in a minute (and three seconds).
Made for WordPress
View Waymark on the WordPress plugin directory.
This plugin is a work in progress. Please let me know of any bugs you encounter, or improvements you would like to see. I appreciate all feedback.