How to Easily Add Google Map to Your Webpage

How to Easily Add Google Map to Your Webpage


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On most of the company websites, you will find locations or contacts page that displays that company location in that country or state in a google map along with the company address.

This is a pretty common requirement even for food or hotel business-related websites.

So in this article, we will see how to add a google map with the preferred location on your website.

Initial Setup

Create a new folder with the name google-map-location-demo and create an index.html file inside it. Now, type ! (exclamation mark) in the file and press tab, so the default HTML code will automatically be added by emmet.

If you're not aware of emmet and its useful shortcuts, check out my this article.


You can change the title tag content as per your choice.

Displaying Google Map Location on Webpage

For this demo, we will show the Eiffel tower's location on the map.

So follow the below steps.

  • Navigate to and search for Eiffel Tower in the search box
  • Now, click on the Share icon and select the Embed a map option
  • Click on the COPY HTML button to copy the iframe tag into your clipboard
  • Now, open the index.html file, and inside the body tag, add the copied content


  • Now, If you open the file in the browser, you will see the map displayed


Thanks for reading!

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