What is JUX Google Map?

This module allows you to quickly and easily add the Google Map to your Joomla 3 website. It allows you to set your address information in a HTML format on the map module with a bubble.



3.1. Server Requirements

Google Map has several system requirements as follow:

You have to ensure that your system has already installed, XML and Zlib-Support built into your PHP.

PHP should be compiled with support for https (openSSL) and cURL.

PHP Safe Mode should be turned off.

3.2. Client Requirements

This module can run well on major browsers such as: Internet Explorer (version 10+), Firefox, Chrome, Opera 9+, and Safari.

4.1.  Download

After purchasing our product, you’ll see the download link at Google Map product page: http://www.joomlaux.com/download.html

Note: If there is any problem, please contact us via Support : http://www.joomlaux.com/support/contact-us.html


4.2. Package

The installation package that you downloaded to your computer. You’ll see these files:


mod_jux_google _map

4.3. Installation

Go to Administrator site / “Extensions”/ Extension Manager in the Top menu.

In “upload package file” block, please upload & install our extensions:

Browse the JUX Google Map folder, select mod_jux_google_map.zip then choose upload and install

Figure 1: Extension Manager

You can configure for JUX Google Map on your website this here:



Your address


Your details of the address on the map


The latitude code of your address on the map


The longitude code of your address on the map


Set language


Set zoom level

Map width

The width of the map area, ex: 100px or 100%

Map Height

The Hiight of the map, ex: 100px or 100%

Always Show Infowindow

Set Always show infowindow

Scroll wheel

Set to No to disable zooming with your mouse scrollwheel


How to get latitude & Longitude from Google Map

Latitude & Longitude values are taken from https://maps.google.com/. To get the values of these fields, go to Google Maps, enter your address on Google Map for it to show your address on the map. Then right click on your address on the map, choose What's here to get these 2 values. Detail


You can view frontend of jux Google Map module this below: