SEO Pages functionality is part of the Power add-on. For the Pages functionality to appear you must enable pages under the General / Server 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.
All “Pages” Templates are bound by WordPress page processing. Therefore, the Store Locator Plus short codes are unique but follow WordPress codex. Depending on your theme rules, the appearance (Layout) of the store page and how the shortcodes work will differ.
The Page Template setting on the Pages tab allows you to change the default page layout for a store page. The template should be written using basic HTML as allowed by the WordPress page editor in “text” (versus visual) mode.
The [storepage] shortcode works for STORE Pages only. It allows any field from the base Store Locator Plus locations table to be output on the page. You must specifiy a field to output by using the field attribute. For example [storepage field=”sl_store”].
Note: The Store Pages Short codes are not the same as LAYOUT within the Experience tab (results, search, info bubble , map layout) . The layouts use SLP data fields and html. Layouts under those settings can be changed with the Experience Add-on.