Full Width Map Module:

The Full Width map module is used to insert custom google map anywhere on our WordPress website page. Divi provides an easy way to add google map on our website page by simply adding the full-width map module. We can add multiple pins on our website page to the map, and find the location. We can insert the location or address by simple and easy format like “86 Hill Road, Name of City, State, 86213”. This module is designed to work with any Divi builder based site. We can add the own designed pin icon and also set the height and width of the pin icon. When you will have some issues or problems while you add google map on your website page with full-width map then refer this site link: https://elegantenthusiast.com/divi-map-module-google-map-api

Full Width Map Module

Full Width Map Module

Full Width Map Module Shortcode:


Output of the Above Full Width Map Module Shortcode:

Pin 1

Pin 2

Custom CSS

The “Advance Design Settings” option is not available in the full-width map module but the Custom CSS is available to insert the optional id and optional classes. We can develop multiple classes and also maintain spaces between created classes. With the help of this Custom CSS option, the developer can customize or insert the code as according to their imagination or desire.

This post will very helpful to you because we mentioned all of the information related to this full width map module. You can also resolve the queries that are not related to this module by simply clicking on ”Ask Question” link that is given as below of this post and not only you even all of your friends asking questions here and trust me your query has been resolved as soon as possible . So please comment below if you have any query related to the post, Hope this helps, have a great day!

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