Google Map Widget Tutorial

  1. How does it look?

    When you add the Google Map widget, your clients can search listings in a map like this one:

    Google Map Widget Example
  2. Get the map center coordinates

    This is the first box that shows up in the Google Map Widget:

    Map Center coordinates field of the Google Map Widget

    After clicking/tapping on the input field, a modal will appear to enter the latitude and longitude.

    Latitude and longitude form

    Where can I get the Map Center Coordinates?

    We will show you 2 different options to get the map coordinates:

    a) Use

    Go to, type the name of the place to find the lat long coordinates and click on "Find".

    Find address

    The latitude and longitude will appear below.

    Latitude and longitude coordinates displayed

    b) Use Google Maps

    You'll need to go to Google Maps and select the location that you'd like to display in the map.

    Next, on the map, right click on the place you want to get the coordinates from. A pop-up menu like this one will show up:

    Popup menu after right click

    Click on the first row of the menu that contains the map coordinates. It will be automatically copied to your clipboard.

    Map coordinates copied to clipboard

    Now paste the coordinates in the corresponding input field.

    Paste map coordinates

    Click on the Save button.

  3. Select a style for your map

    Snazzy Maps is a repository of different color schemes for Google Maps. Click here to get your API Key and create your own styles.

    Click on "Explore other styles for your Map" to retrieve the styles created by other users in Snazzy Maps. You just need to select the one you liked.

    Exploring styles

    And click on "Continue" to establish this style for your map.

    Select style
  4. Listings style

    Select the style you'd like the listings to have. The listings can appear in rows or in cards.

    Listings Style
  5. Custom CSS

    Customize the CSS of your map and click on the "Save" button.

    Custom CSS
  6. Copy and paste the code

    Once you're happy with your selection, click on the "Copy Code" button. The code will be automatically copied to your clipboard. You can now paste it in the section of your page where you want the Google Map Widget to appear.

    Widget copied to your clipboard