how can I view the HTML code within Google Map for Murfreesboro, TN?

Hello and Good Afternoon Everyone,

           I am interested in learning how to locate the HTML code within Google Map for Murfreesboro, TN.  This information is needed because I wish to copy and paste this HTML code within the Contact Me page of my WordPress local site.  

            Thank you

            George
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Google Maps are almost all JavaScript, very little HTML.  Take Michael's suggestion and use the Widget.
GMartinAuthor Commented:
Hello and Good Evening

            I was able to successfully install and activate the Google Map Plugin.  I do however have a couple of follow up concerns.  When I clicked and dragged the widget to the main sidebar, the Google Map is on all of my pages within the sidebar.  What can I do to get it to only appear within the Contact Page?  Also, the Google Widget by default is for New York.  How may I change this to Murfreesboro, TN?

             George
GMartinAuthor Commented:
Hello and Good Evening Everybody,

           I was able to reconfigure the Google Map widget by going into the admin panel, Appearance, and then selecting Widget.  Once in there, I was able to change the default location to my current geographical area.  

          I am still trying to figure out how to move it from the sidebar on the Contact Page to the body section underneath my telephone number and email address,

          Thanks Michael for the great tip and especially the link to Google Map Widget.  The brief tutorial video was certainly a plus.

           George
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