The ability to change results layout is included in the Experience add on.
The default format for the results string uses the numerical encoding for the various data elements that can be rendered. This default string format is present in the base Store Locator Plus plugin. You can reset to the default at any time by deleting the entry in the Results Layout field under Settings/Results/Appearance and saving the settings.
MYSLP subscriber with the Professional level or Enterprise level plan , allows you to customize the style sheets ( CSS ) for Store Locator Plus map, results, and search layouts. There are additional styles also available with the higher level plans making it less likely that you will need to use custom styling sheets. If you are an Enterprise level subscriber and need a style to work with your general theme, you may wish to contact us. Any CSS updates entered will be retained in future updates .
For WordPress SLP plugin users, The Experience Add On is available to purchase for the self managed WordPress SLP plugin , the CSS is stored in the WordPress options table.
This section pertains to the WordPress Store Locator Plus plug-in which is the free base plugin for those WordPress administrators who are controlling the plugin and updates. If you are a subscriber to MySLP, our fully managed locator SaaS service, you can ignore this page, we’ve got that covered!
The WPSLP Power Add On or MySLP/Professional plan allows you to import CSV files with several options. View the information under SLP/Locations/Import . You have various options to consider when determining how to update locations that match your pre-existing locations.
Options available on how to handle duplicates: Choose to Add, Skip, and /or Update.
T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM is the scope resolution operator. In most languages it is the double-colon (::).
Most people that are looking for this odd-looking word are probably running into an issue with a PHP program. For as often as it comes up, there is very little information on what is causing the problem.
With PHP it typically means the application has a syntax error. The PHP interpreter cannot figure out how to compile your code properly and crashes with the Unexpected T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM error message. Often it is due to a class name or static method reference that PHP cannot handle. Either the class name is entered incorrectly OR your PHP version is so old it cannot process variable names before the double-colon operator.
For Store Locator Plus™ users that are still using the WordPress plugins it most likely means the version of PHP you are running on your web server is very outdated. Upgrade PHP to a newer version, preferably something that is supported in the past 5 years like PHP 7.
User that chose the fully managed Store Locator Plus™ service don’t have to worry about things like this.
Because there is not template specified it will display the “full” (entire/complete) SEO page. Login to the WP site and go to Store Pages as admin, click on any page. What you see there is what you’ll get on the page list output.
That means when we add descriptions to SEO pages (either manually editing the SEO page OR with some new description magic in development today) the ENTIRE page will show up.
Location sensor feature can be turned on/off with a simple check box under the SLP/General/User Interface tab.
When the box is checked and a visitor to your site performs a search , SLP queries the browser and requests their current location. If the browser allows location queries it will return their geographic location which will be used to set the default search location.
Note: This will only work with most browsers if you have a secure site or if your site visitor “allows” there location to be visible to you. Google Chrome has had restrictions since Chrome version 50 (released in 2016) that they will only return locations using location sensor if the request is generated within the url of a valid secured site (https://). See the Google developers console for more information.
Location Aware Browsing
Accuracy varies greatly from location to location. In some places, service providers may be able to provide a location to within a few meters. All locations returned by service providers are estimates only and we do not guarantee the accuracy of the locations provided. Your SLP settings also determine the number of locations shown nearest the site visitor. Settings for radius, number of results to return and center of map all interact to show locations nearest to the site visitor.
Changes as of June 11, 2018 will effect the WordPress Store Locator Plus (DIY) community. Google requires all sites using map services to have an API key with a billing account attached. See Google Developers console.
The Browser key is used to display the map and handle user-input addresses during a location search. The Geocoding API is used on your WordPress server to geocode locations you’ve entered via the Google “Places” box and APIs. You do not need the additional geocoding “key” unless you have added referrer restrictions. You do however, need to have the geocoding API enabled in your Google projects library.
There are settings under the General tab for Admin , User Interface, Server, and Data. This documentation has been updated to reflect the Google API changes
The Admin tab is where your SLP Premier subscription Accounts ID , Enable WP debug , and other info is located. There is also a Reset Manage Locations button available for use to reset the back end Manage Locations display page to the default view (10 locations per page view). This feature was previously only available with the free SLP Janitor Add-on.
We often have questions posted from users asking why something is or is not working. The information needed to be able to assist them properly and efficiently is shown under the SLP/INFO tab. It is called the Plugin environment.
What is meant by the Plugin Environment.
The plugin environment shows the versions of Store Locator Plus, and any active SLP add-ons you have installed, as well as the WordPress version, php version, MYSQL , the domain name and other useful data specific to the WPSLP environment.
This information is required when posting in forums. You can also find the latest release versions under your account Downloads List, and/or review the Versions under the Support tab on the WordPress Store Locator Plus home site to see if you have the most recent version of Store Locator Plus and the various add-on packs.