10. October 2014

Pro v1.9.1 focusing on bugfixes and refinements is available

This release is dedicated to Pippin from who wrote the inspiring post “Refinement: the greatly unappreciated aspect of project releases” 🙂 I also believe that in the long run fixing bugs and adding optimizations for existing features is more important than just adding new features – so v1.9.1 includes lots of bugfixes and refinements which you will […]

25. September 2014

Welcome to all new users switching from the “comprehensive google maps plugin”!

The “Comprehensive Google Map Plugin” (CGMP) developed by Alexander Zagniotov has become one of the most downloaded mapping plugins in the WordPress plugin repository over the last 3 years. I was very pleased when I got to know Alex a few months ago while looking for a solution to a specific mapping issue within Maps […]

29. August 2014

Pro v1.9 with geolocation support and RTL fixes is available

After 5 weeks of development and testing v1.9 is finally available. As the main highlight pro v1.9 now also offers geolocation support. Furthermore lots of fixes and improvements under the hood have been implemented – many resulting from your valuable feedback. Please see below for more details about this release. Let me know what you think about this […]

25. August 2014

v1.9-beta1 with support for geolocation is available

I kindly invite all interested user in testing v1.9-beta1 and reporting any issues. v1.9 final (with more detailed release notes) is planned to be released on August 30th. Changelog geolocation support: show and follow your location when viewing maps added IE11 native fullscreen support search function for layerlist on marker edit page support for using […]

22. July 2014

10% discount code to celebrate the 1st anniversary of Maps Marker Pro

Exactly one year ago, Maps Marker Pro v1.0 was released, after 19 months since I started working on this plugin. It has been a very busy year with more than 30 releases (including beta releases), providing new features and lots of optimizations as well as bugfixes. So what can you expect from the next year(s)? […]