This is an example of a Mappic map, showing how it can be placed as an element within a web page. You can choose the size and location on the page, and customize its appearance.
The map loads quickly, and it waits until after the rest of your page has finished loading, so it won't slow down your site.
Mappic maps are simple to set up, and add great value to your website, so get started now!
The W3C Geolocation API is a standardized way for web browsers to report their physical location to web sites. The browser can determine your location in two ways:
Mappic makes use of this geolocation information to show your position on local maps. This is most useful on mobile devices with GPS, but it can also be used on desktop or laptop computers with WiFi.
WiFi can also be used to provide an accurate location on mobile devices when indoors (without GPS reception), or when the GPS is turned off to save power.