Embedding MyMaps into a Blog or Webpage Direct

This is now the third post on ‘How to Embed Google MyMaps into a blog’ and finally it has been integrated direct into the Google MyMaps service.

Once you have created your MyMap simply click on the ‘Link to this page’ option and the code is available to cut and paste into a website or blog:
Once your code is inserted your MyMaps will appear directly in a blog post – as illustrated below:


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While this is a quick and easy route our original ‘Embedding MyMaps into Blogger‘ tutorial is still preferable as it uses MyMapsPlus which allows the sidebar and thus the key to the map to be included in the page.

To be honest we are not sure why Google left out the option to include the sidebar – given that it is a integral part of the map?

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

1 Comment

  1. Dan - August 22, 2007

    When you click on the links in your map (in FireFox) the new page loads up inside the GMap I-frame!

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