The Google Map Element allows you to add customized maps anywhere on your site.
To start with the Google Map Element, you need to choose the Google API Type. You can choose from three API types, including JS API, Embed API, and Static API. Google have recently made big changes in the way Google Maps work, so it’s a good idea to start with the Google Maps User Guide to read up on that, and don’t forget to check out the Element Demo page to see the options available.
Once you have chosen your API type, you enter your address (or addresses). You can also use longitude and latitude coordinates. Then you select your map type, though the choices offered here will depend on the API type you have chosen. Next are a selection of styling options, including map dimensions and zoom level, and a few user interface options.
Read below for a detailed description of all element options.