easyMap for Pixelpost reads the EXIF of your photos, searches for geodata (longitude/latitude) and allows you to add a link, showing where the image was taken on a (google) map.
All you need is PHP 4.2.0 (or above) with the '--enable-exif' option active to read the exif data and images with geodata inside their EXIF, of course! If you want to use the
<EASY_MAP_LOCATION>tag your IPTC-data needs to be tagged accordingly.
easyMap for Pixelpost provides two Template-Tags:
<EASY_MAP_LINK>: displays a link opening a google-maps overlay, or, if no geodata was found, a text message.
<EASY_MAP_LOCATION>: displays a link with the format: city/state/country opening a google-maps overlay, or, if no geodata was found, a text message.
You can see the plugin at work on my photoblog: http://makrograf.com/index.php?showimage=30
Click on Comments&Details to see the link.
Read the included readme.txt or this page ;)
There is a language-folder inside (_easyMap/lang), containing two files for English and German. Only three variables are used right now, add additional language files (standard pixelpost language abbreviations as filename used, de.php/en.php/fr.php...) if your blog needs them.
Feel free to contact me then, I will be happy to include these files in upcoming releases.