WP Store Locator is a powerful and easy to use location management system.
You can customize the appearance of the map, and provide custom labels for entry fields.
Users can filter the results by radius, and see driving directions to the nearby stores in
the language that is set in the admin panel.
Please take a look at the store locator documentation before making a support request.
The CSV Manager allows you to bulk import, export and update your locations using a CSV file.
The Search Widget enables users to search from any of the widgetized areas in your theme for nearby store locations, and show the results on the store locator page.
The Statistics add-on enables you to keep track of the locations users are searching for and see where there is demand for a new store.
Store Directory – Coming Soon
Generate a directory based on the store locations.
wp-store-locatorfolder to the
Add this shortcode [wpsl] to the page where you want to display the store locator.
You can fix this by setting the browser key on the settings page.
This is most likely caused by a plugin like W3 Total Cache that tried to minify the HTML output on the store locator page. You can fix this by excluding the store locator from being minified on the settings page of the caching plugin you’re using. In W3 Total Cache this is done by going to Minify -> Advanced -> Never minify the following pages, and fill in the page you don’t want to have minified. So if your store locator is used on mydomain.com/store-locator, then fill in ‘store-locator’.
Make sure you have defined a start point for the map under settings -> Map Settings.
If you use a caching plugin, or a service like Cloudflare, then make sure to flush the cache.
There is probably a JS error in the WP Admin area that prevents the pop up from being dismissed. Try for a second to switch back to a default WP theme, disable all other plugins, and then try to dismiss the newsletter pop up again.
Some location names exist in more then one country, and Google will guess which one you mean. This can be fixed by setting the correct ‘Map Region’ on the settings page -> API Settings.
This is most likely caused by your theme using ajax navigation ( the loading of content without reloading the page ), or a conflict with another plugin. Try to disable the ajax navigation in the theme settings, or deactivate the plugin that enables it to see if that solves the problem.
If you don’t use ajax navigation, but do see the number 1 it’s probably a conflict with another plugin. Try to disable the plugins one by one to see if one of them is causing a conflict.
If you find a plugin or theme that causes a conflict, please report it on the support page.
You can find the full documentation here.
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