Beautiful Custom Google Maps for WordPress

Atlist makes it easy to embed custom Google Maps with multiple markers on any WordPress website. Get Started ->

Trusted By Organizations Large And Small

"I cannot decide which is better, the product or the support. Recommending this to all of our clients."

- William Kariuki, UX Designer at Ensign

"My client fell in love with Atlist immediately. So did I. The simplicity and functionality lead to an awesome user experience."

- Dan Plumadore, Founder, SkyBourne

"It was faster to use [Atlist] to build this out than have our in-house engineers work on the project."

- Calvin Williamson, Web Designer

Stop Hunting For A Google Maps Plugin That Works

There are hundreds of WordPress plugins for maps— Advanced Google Maps, MapPress, WP Google Maps and many more. Atlist is not a WordPress plugin. Instead it's a powerful map builder can embed maps onto any WordPress website. No worrying about updates or incompatibilities. It just works.

Easy To Use

Atlist is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly enough for anyone to build a map with custom styles— even beginners, no coding required.

If you can use Google Maps, you can use Atlist.

Multiple Map Markers

Atlist maps can have hundreds of map markers. Plus, markers can be added individually or uploaded in bulk via CSV file.

Custom Map Styles That Match Your Brand

Atlist includes thousands of map styles with our Snazzy Maps integration. It's simple to find a map style that compliments your WordPress template. Plus, you can choose from multiple map types (examples: roadmap, bicycle).

Markers can also be customized. Choose a custom marker icon, color, shape, border, size and much more.  

Custom Modal Pop-Ups

Modal pop ups (also called info windows) turn your map into an interactive map. In Atlist, modals can include photo galleries, thumbnails, phone number, directions, notes and even custom CSS and HTML code.

And like everything in Atlist, there are tons of customization options for modals— set roundness, background color, font size and much more.  

Add To WordPress With a Simple Embed

Integrating Atlist into your Wordpress page couldn't be easier. Just add a Custom HTML block and paste the Atlist embed code.  

Your map will never go out of date. Simply login to Atlist, add a marker and the map on your WordPress site will be updated instantly.

Ready For Professional Web Design

Professional web designers love Atlist. Our responsive maps work on all iOS and Android mobile devices and advanced functionality— like marker groups, full screen mode, zoom level, street view, sidebar search and programmatic icons— is there when you need it.

Don't spend hours learning the Google Maps Javascript API— Atlist makes it quick and painless to create maps for your small business clients.

How To Embed an Atlist Map on Wordpress

1 Create Your Map
Add your map locations and customize styles to match the colors of your WordPress website.

2Add a Custom HTML Block in Gutenberg
Open the Gutenberg editor and add a Custom HTML block.

3Paste the Atlist Embed Code
Make sure you have pasted the embed code into the Custom HTML block. (The embed code will not work within a paragraph element.)

FAQ

Can I create maps based off of custom fields or custom post types?
Unfortunately not at this time. Atlist maps are embedded by an HTML iFrame instead of a WordPress shortcode.

Does Atlist work with other website builders?
Yes! Atlist can be used on any website or website builder— including Wix, Wordpress, Webflow, Shopify and more.

Does Atlist have an app?
Atlist does not have an Android or iOS app because it already works within mobile phone browsers.

Any suggested tutorials?
Absolutely! Check out our video tutorials on Creating a Store Locator, Creating Maps With Snazzy Map Styles and Creating a Map From Spreadsheets.

Do I need a Google Maps API key?
No! Atlist includes access to the Google Maps API.

Does Atlist work for bloggers?
Absolutely. Atlist has been used by all types of bloggers— from real estate agents to travel bloggers.

Does Atlist have a paid version?
Atlist is built on the Google Maps Javascript API — which costs $0.007 per view. Atlist covers this cost and charges users $0.009 per view. Atlist also offers a 14-day free trial— no credit card required.  Sign up or read more about our pricing.

Atlist does not have a free version— though there is a 14-day trial.

Does Atlist work with WordPress.com too?
Yes, Atlist is available and works on both WordPress.org and WordPress.com.

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