Category: Working with maps
By default, maps created with Maps Marker Pro are responsive, which means, the map width adapts to the width of the parent HTML element the map is embedded in. This results e.g. in maps resizing on smaller devices to fit the corresponding width of the mobile device.
If you want to disable the responsive feature for a map, please open the map on backend, switch to the tab “Interaction” and disable the option “Responsive”:
Maps Marker Pro offers lots of options you can set for your maps. In order to keep a slim backend interface, the advanced settings in the map editor is disabled by default, hiding options which are often for advanced usage only:
If you show the advanced settings by toggling the radio button “Show advanced settings”, additional settings which be displayed for each sub tab of the map edit screen. Example for tab Map:
When toggling the this button, the setting is saved automatically, so next time you open the map edit screen, the setting from last time will be reused.
This issue should be fixed with Maps Marker Pro v4.3 and higher – please update to the latest version for this fix to apply.
If you still experience this issue, please add the following code to wp-config.php, which should re-enable the upload of .gpx files:
If this does not help on your site, please have a look at other options available from this external tutorial.
If you are still experiencing issue afterwards, please open a support ticket.
Maps Marker Pro allows you to set the width of a map in pixel or % values:
The height value though can also be given as pixel value, due to limitations in HTML.
If you want to display a map in fullscreen, please use the dedicated fullscreen view instead, which can be accessed by a permalink via the map panel
or use the HTML5 fullscreen button on the map below the zoom icons:
If your fitness trackers (like garmin fit) allows exporting recorded tracks as GPX format, those files can usually be also displayed on maps with Maps Marker Pro.
In order to display those tracks, create a new map, switch to the tab “GPX” and start by clicking on the “Open Media Library” button:
As next step switch to tab “Upload files”, select and upload your gpx file, finish by clicking the button “Choose”:
As a result, the GPX track is displayed on the map and you can optionally further customize its settings (switching to advanced editor for all options is recommended):