Embed Google Maps to Website

<p>Embed Google Maps to a Website. Show website visitor where Vienna UT is.</p>
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Embedding Google Maps into a website

Google provides a simple way to embed maps into a web site using Google maps. You can embed a simple map, a set of driving directions, a local search, or maps created by other users. Here's how:

  1. Ensure that the map you'd like to embed appears in the current map display.
  2. Click Link to this page in the top-right corner of the map.
  3. In the box that pops up, copy the HTML under 'Paste HTML to embed in website,' and paste it into the source code of your website or blog. 
  4. If you'd like to adjust the size of the map before you embed it, just click Customize and preview embedded map, select your preferred size, and take a look at the preview map. Once you're happy with what you see, copy the HTML that appears in the box at the bottom of the window

Use wikimapia.org for embedding google maps

With wikimapia.org it is possible to embed google maps on your webpage without the need for an api key. You just need to view the region you like to show on your webpage, select 'Login' at the top navigation bar and click on 'Map on your page'. Now a popup shows a one line HTML code to copy/paste to your page. You have finished!