The Map button allows visitors to tap a button to open your business's location using their device's maps application. Visitors can then quickly get directions to your address from their current location.
Add a Map
- From the pages section of the DudaMobile editor, first, choose the page you'd like your map to display on.
- Go to the Content section and select the business tab.
- Drag the Map feature into the editing frame.
- Once you've placed the feature, you'll need to designate a location to guide your visitors to.
The Map feature requires only an address and a label to work. Keep in mind that the more information you give it, the better it will be able to pinpoint your actual location.
Each Mobile Map element has the following display options:
|General||Change the button's text and the address to which it sends the visitor.|
Change the button's icon.
Colors: Change the button's background color, image, and border.
Effects: Toggle shadow, rounded corners and whether to show an icon for the button.
Text Style: Change the button's text style.
Alignment: Set the alignment of the element (left, right, or center).
CSS: Change the element's CSS
HTML: Change the element's HTML
Embed a Google Map using an HTML Widget
You can also embed maps from Google Maps. Here are instructions on how to add a map embed using the HTML widget.
- Navigate to Google Maps.
- Search for the location you want.
- Click on the menu on the top left, then click the "Share or embed map" option.
- Click on the "Embed map" tab.
- Copy the URL in the quotes after <iframe src =". Make sure to copy the complete URL nested in the quotes.
- Navigate to a Duda mobile site and add the HTML widget into a row or column.
- Add the URL you obtained from Google Maps.
Can't find my addressThe Map widget sometimes has trouble finding a specific address. If it can't find your business, the best solution is to search for your business on a mapping site and copy your location's link into a button widget.
I have multiple locations
It's not working on my phone but it works on my desktop
The reason you might see this issue is because when a user clicks on that specific button, it calls up a specific action on the device.
If a user's device (whether it is a computer, tablet, or mobile device) doesn't have any program assigned to that action, it will not do anything when clicked. Likewise, if they have a specific application set as a default for that action, it will always launch that application.
To fix this, the user must examine their device's configuration for opening certain apps and buttons on the internet.