The Google Maps Widget displays a map of of one specific location using Google Maps. The Google Maps Widget shows a snapshot of a location on Google Maps as you configured it, which means that the widget content is static. To display multiple map locations, we suggest this workaround.
Enter an address, city, state, country, etc. into the Address field.
Adjust the slider to zoom in or out.
Select the address marker/pinpointer’s color.
Use the drop-down menu to choose between roadmap, satellite, terrain, and hybrid. Roadmap is the most common, but experiment to see which you like best.
Enter the Aspect Ratio for the map image so the height can be calculated automatically. For example, if the width is 450 pixels and the aspect ratio is 1.5, the height will be 300. The default setting is 1.33, meaning the width is 1.33 times larger than the height.
The default is 100%. Enter a percentage or the number of pixels to set a different width.
The default is 100%. Enter a percentage or the number of pixels to set a different height.
For best results, especially on mobile devices, leave the Height and Width fields blank. If you enter a Height and Width, the Aspect Ratio is ignored.