GravityView – Maps extension for the GravityView Wordpress plugin let you display your Gravity Forms entries on a map.
Display Gravity Forms entries using Google Maps and build powerful geolocation directories on WordPress.
Build powerful geolocation applications
The GravityView Maps Layout allows you to build powerful web apps on top of Google Maps. Create business directories, retail store locators, review-based sites, (like Yelp.com), user-generated content sites and much more.
Lightweight and beautifully designed
Pins on a map can look messy when they’re too close to each other. With marker clusters, your entries will be displayed as a cluster at different zoom levels. Have many entries with the same address? When multiple markers are in the same location, they will be “spiderfied”, or displayed in a web-like pattern around the location.
You choose what type of map to display: Street, Satellite, Hybrid, or Terrain. With dozens more configuration options, you can build exactly the map you need. Customize pin icons, show popup boxes that display additional entry details when clicked, and include Google Maps layers for Traffic, Transit and Bicycles.
Changelog Details For Nulled GravityView – Maps - Version 1.10:
= 1.10 on December 21, 2022 = * Fixed: PHP 8.1 notices * Fixed: Fatal error on some hosts due to a conflict with one of the plugin dependencies (psr/log) * Fixed: Address geocoding script being loaded on all admin pages = 1.9 on December 15, 2022 = * Added: You can now use Drop Down and Radio Buttons field choices to set an entry's map marker icon—you can show different icons based on the submitted value of the fields! [Learn more about choice-based marker icons](https://docs.gravitykit.com/article/889-a).