It did work fine, but documentation wasn’t ok. Besides, I was interested on adding the MyMaps features to this plguin to show my KML objects in the maps.
The changes have been simples: I changed the map version to GMap2 API, then I added a new parameter that identifies the KML id, and finally I add this layer (overlay) to the map.
Although the plugin relies under GNU v2 License, I’m contacting Trimbitas to make him know about this new release in order to unify both versions.
Meanwhile (and afterwhile…) you can use MyGMMS version, it’s also under GNU v2 License terms! Download here! MyGMMS Plugin
Just add this line to your blog:
Where params are:
#GMAP_SIT ("LAT@LONG|ZOOM LEVEL|KML ID|WIDTH|HEIGHT")#
REMEMBER: Don’t add breaklines and remove the blank between GMAT_SIT and the (“….”)!!
UPDATE: See more detailed instructions and how to set up the values in this other post!