Here are some issues we’ve come across that cause this to happen:
One of the best tools for searching for errors in the HTML page headers is to use Firefox with the Firebug plugin. Turn on the console and check the responses tab for any errors. We have resolved many client installation and map problems with this plugin. More often than not we are finding errors in other plugins, themes, or server configuration settings on the servers. No, our plugin is not perfect and is not 100% bug free (we wish it were) but we are no longer finding bugs in our plugin as the primary culprit in broke installations.
The [slp_search_element] shortcode is only processed within the Search Layout setting. It is used to display user input elements on the search form.
Attributes are the keywords that appear after the opening [slp_search_element and before the closing ].
Default attributes include:
Output a form button. <slug> should be an input supported by the base plugin or an add on such as:
Output the Find Locations button.
Output a dropdown selector with a preceding label for the specified input. <slug> should be an input supported by the base plugin or an add on such as:
Output a dropdown of radius selections based on the Experience / Search / Radii Options setting.
Outputs the specified value. Used by some add ons to add a specific [slp_search_element] output.
Output a input selector with a preceding label for the specified input. <slug> should be an input supported by the base plugin or an add on such as:
Output a the address/zip-code input box.
Tech Geek Stuff
Processed by the SLP_UI class via add_shortcode in create string_SearchForm() which calls crease_SearchElement().
Filter shortcode_slp_searchelement is used to manipulate attributes. Many add ons use this to render specific output using attribute ‘hard_coded_value’ => ‘xyz’ to output a specific value.
The Experience Add On allows you to custom tailor the look and feel of the Store Locator Plus plugin on your site. To accomplish this the plugin uses a combination of HTML and special shortcodes. These are set via the Experience tab of the plugin and is broken into 3 main areas.
The Overall Layout
This is set via the View / Layout setting. It determines the overall layout for the plugin based on 3 primary components: The Search Form, The Map, and The Results.
SEO Pages functionality is part of the Power add-on. For the Pages functionality to appear you must enable pages under the General / Data tab. When “enable pages” is checked your locations will automatically be set to show that they have pages under the locations manager. They are set as draft by default. They will have unique ids. You will also see the Store Locator Plus logo with STORE PAGES appear on your WP menu sidebar.
A. A shortcode is a WordPress-specific code that lets you do nifty things with very little effort. Shortcodes can embed files or create objects that would normally require lots of complicated, ugly code in just one line. In other words, a Shortcode = shortcut. Continue reading
A check box under SLP/Experience/Results/Appearance titled “Use Dial Link for Phone” when checked makes the phone number in your locations results clickable to auto dial. This feature is available exclusively with the Experience Add-on (also with Premier)
Experience Add on find this feature under Experience results panel
With the Experience Add-on you have multiple search tool options to display on the front page when a site visitor lands on your locator page. Search by Name is a checkbox that is found under the Store Locator Plus “Experience/Search” menu on your admin ui.
EXPERIENCE additional features under Search