Instead of using google maps, try utilizing the "map" capsule already given at the right hand side while publishing the hub.
Yes, you can use it - I already did a few times, plus it is a great idea to use the map capsule to give exact locations to some of your articles.
I've seen several other hubbers to do this as well, so feel free to use it.
by ASKegger3 years ago
When I search an address it does not change, I can only show the San Fran/Oakland area? Help, please.
by mathair6 years ago
There is a google map at the end of one of my hubs. I have absolutely no idea why. Anyone got any idea why or how it could have ended up there? See Back to school preparation.Thanks
by salt7 years ago
in your article.. if so, how.. if anyone knows, gratefully accept advice.Thanks
by Paul Deeds7 years ago
After the longest stretch in memory without an update to the site (nearly 3 weeks), we've just deployed a new release. The biggest change is the addition of a map capsule, which as the name would suggest allows...
by Stacie L7 years ago
Forget Google Earth and Google Maps, the company now has a tool for mapping the human anatomyBy Sharon GaudinDecember 17, 2010 04:19 PM ETComputerworld - Think of Google Earth and the human body.Google Earth and Google...
by Richieb7997 years ago
I was Reading about adding a Google Map to my website the other day, and it said you needed some code, a API code I think for embedding it.Is it the same for Hubs? or what is the copyright status of these maps in hubs?
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