Plak: Find and be found in South Africa

Put a Plak map on your website

Putting a map on your website helps people find your establishment. However, if you don't have the necessary skills to add Google maps to your website, Plak makes it quick and simple.

See a working example

This page will generate a snippet of JavaScript, that you can copy and paste into your website's HTML, wherever you'd like to display the map.

Please follow these instructions to get the JavaScript Code: -
  1. Make sure that you supply the correct Plak ID, as you do not want to display the wrong map on your website. If you followed the link from your Plak page, the ID should already be filled in correctly.
    If your establishment hasn't been added to Plak, register (by clicking the Register button in the top right hand corner of this page), and add as many Plaks as you like. Each Plak you add will be given a unique ID, and it is this ID that is required to generate the JavaScript code for your website.
  2. Set the Map Width (in pixels) that best suits your requirements. The minimum width is 300 pixels.
  3. Set the Map Height (in pixels) that best suits your requirements. The minimum height is 300 pixels.
  4. Click the Get Code button.
  5. If the Plak ID is valid, you will be presented with a snippet of JavaScript code. You should then copy and paste the code, in its entirety, into the HTML of your website. Where you place the code, and the resulting map, is entirely up to you.
  6. Please DO NOT attempt to add a Plak map to your website if you don't at least have a rudimentary understanding of HTML. Plak will NOT be held responsible for anything that you might mess up!
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This is what the map will look like on your website (apart from the size,
because this map has been sized to fit this page nicely).

Kruger Park - Bateleur
Kruger Park - Bateleur (Website)

This delightful camp is situated on the banks of the Mashokwe spruit approximately 40 km south west of Shingwedzi in the beautiful northern Mopane/Woodland savannah of the Kruger National Park. Named after the majestic eagle, Bateleur, being the oldest and the smallest of the bushveld camps, offers a unique atmosphere and superb game viewing. One of the many features Bateleur offers is a game-viewing hide that overlooks a waterhole just outside the camp. Two dams, Silwervis and Rooibosrand, are within close range of the camp and are restricted to the residents of Bateleur - good to know as there will never be a traffic jam even if the camp is full.
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