Before you start creating a page, make sure to check how our editor Bold Builder works – 4. Creating Pages and Posts. First you need to add a section, then a row, columns and finally elements (shortcodes) listed in the following chapter.
Google maps require an API key for site domains. Follow the next steps:
On Snazzy Maps are available all kinds of Google Map styles. The required map code is possible to add to the Custom map style array field.
*Google has, starting July 16, 2018, made certain API and billing changes. In order to enable billing, you will need to provide credit card or billing account to Google Maps platform. Please note that we are in no way associated with Google Maps and their payment system and for any questions and issues regarding payments and billing you will need to contact them. Please refer to their FAQ and their documentation to learn more about these changes.
Recommended image sizes:
*Note that these are the sizes used on our demo.
In order to get Client ID, and Access Token, please follow the steps from our article: How to set up your Instagram widget?
Note that Cache unique ID is automatically generated when the element is selected. It is a random group of numbers that helps to identify cache, if there is more than one Instagram element on the page.
Please note that the page set as the main Blog page in Reading Settings lists posts by default. Masonry Post Grid element should not be added to that page.
In order to have blog posts listed as Grid, proceed to create new page and add Masonry Post Grid element to it. Set the main Blog page as its Parent page.
The following article is on how to get longitude and latitude for your location – Find or enter latitude & longitude.
Once you add OpenStreet Map element, make sure to add OpenStreet Map Location (multiple locations available):
Below is the list of elements that can be added to OpenStreet Map element: