Including a map and directions on your website can help visitors locate your business or any other specified address. You can include any of the following information:
- Map A local map of the area, with a pointer to mark the location. You can specify the size of the map, and decide whether to let visitors to open an interactive map window by clicking the map.
- Driving directions A clickable link that opens an interactive window where visitors can get directions to your location.
- Address The address of the location identified in the map.
Here is an example of a map that includes both the address and the driving-directions link.
Note The content and procedures in this article apply only to public-facing websites.
Add a map and directions to a webpage
Perform the following steps:
- Open the website in your browser, and then click Member Login.
- On the top-navigation bar in the site, click Website.
- In the website, click Web Pages on the Quick Launch.
- Click the Pages tab on the ribbon.
- Select the check box next to the webpage to which you want to add the map, and then click Edit.
- Click to locate your cursor where you want to insert the map.
- On the Insert tab, in the Gadgets group, click Map & Directions.
- In the Map & Directions dialog box, on the Location tab, make sure you select the correct selection in the Country or region field.
- On the same tab, in the Address field, type or paste the address of the location.
- To add a map, on the Display Options tab, make sure that you select the Use an interactive map check box. Then select the size of map that you want, and decide whether visitors can open an interactive map window by clicking the map.
- To add driving directions, select Show driving directions.
- To display the address, select Show address.
- When all settings on both tabs are how you want them, click OK.
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