Route Manager Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. If you choose a car route, walking, or bike route on Google map, you can display the exact instructions.
Sure. The plugin support several shortcodes which let you embed the content of the route into every page or post, including blog posts. You can embed the map itself, the elevation graph, the trail information, and control this using the shortcodes parameters
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Yes. The plugin is good to create and display many type of routes including biking, walking, running, hiking, and driving. You can also import the routes created by a navigation device to easily draw the route on the map or draw it using the Route Manager drawing tools on the Google Map.
No. You can create and store as many routes as you want. Each route can have a long description, images, videos, waypoints, and locations included in it.
Yes. If the theme is built according to WordPress standards the plugin should work fine with it. In case you have problems with adjusting the plugin, we also support custom css within the plugin setting to add additional specific css to adjust the plugin to your theme
Sure. We have a support helpdesk accessible by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can ask any question and also report bugs and we will solve them.
The plugin supports the most recent version of WordPress and we make sure every new version released is supported by the plugin. The minimum requirement are WordPress > 4.0 and you also need to have a server running PHP > 5.4