Adding a map using the Interactive Mapping Plugin is simple:
Finding the Map Data
Navigate to OpenStreetMaps. You will need to click on this icon. . Then tick the marker box. Place the marker in the centre of the map you want. See the screenshot below:
This is the link to the map shown above. OpenStreetMaps. I now copy the line under the words Geo URI
Adding the Data to a Map in WordPress
Click on the link in the left hand sidebar of your WordPress site marked ‘Maps’. This will open a list of any maps you have created. Click on Add Map. Add a title and sub-title if required (these show on the legend if you have one). Complete the details obtained from the map above as shown below:
Publish the map and then copy the shortcode.
Adding the Shortcode to a Post or Page
Simply paste the shortcode into a post or page. Add a category and any other text and then press publish.
Visit the post to see your map published.
[ interactivemap id="75" height="300px" markers="1,4,5" legend="1" marker_categories="9,10" paths="3" ]
(I have added a space after and before the  to ensure the shortcode is not published as a map).
You can add or remove elements of the code above as you wish.
interactivemap id=”75″ this is the only part of the code that must be displayed
height=”300px” this changes the height of the map
markers=”1,4,5″ this code places these markers on your map
legend=”1″ This adds a legend to your map. Once added if you add any markers the category symbols will be placed in here.
marker_categories=”9,10″ Uses Map Icons to give the categories a thumbnail image. The icons have already been preloaded in the plugin.
paths=”3″ Adds a path to the map by uploading a gpx file.