Geolocation refers to the identification of the geographic location of a user or computing device via a variety of data collection mechanisms. Typically, most geolocation services use network routing addresses or internal GPS devices to determine this location. Geolocation is a device-specific API. This means that browsers or devices must support geolocation in order to use it through web applications.
You can find detailed information on the Google API page.
But on this post we want to show you how to use Geolocation on your website without even writing a line of code. The answer is DML Easy Google Map Plugin. Using this plugin it is very easy to integrate a Google Map on your website and let your visitors to use Geolocation feature. You’ll find DEMO video below.
For other features of the plugin and detailed information you can refer to the Plugin Page by clicking here.