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Nautic Pages


Shortcode for the map marinetraffic – displays the position of vessels on the roadstead of the port.

Use a shortcode:

[np_marinetraffic_map latitude=’37.4460′ longitude=’24.9467′ /]

or with description text:

[np_marinetraffic_map latitude=’37.4460′ longitude=’24.9467′]
simple description text for the map, (optional)

=Shortcode parameters=
latitude=’37.4460′ the latitude of the center of the map, in decimal degrees
longitude=’24.9467′ the longitude of the center of the map, in decimal degrees

h4 =’Title for map’ header for the map, you can use h4, h3, h2, h1 size
width=’100%’ the width of the embedded map in pixels or percentage
height=’450′ the height of the embedded map in pixels or percentage
border=’1′ the width of the border around the map (zero means no border)
shownames=’false’ to display ship names on the map (true or false)
zoom=‘9’ the zoom level of the map (values between 2 and 17)
maptype=’1′ use 0 for Normal Map, 1 for Satellite
trackvessel=’0′ MMSI of a vessel (note: vessel will be displayed only if within range of the system) – overrides “zoom” option
fleet=” the registered email address of a user-defined fleet (user’s default fleet is used) – overrides “zoom” option
help=1 help text

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