Go to Advanced Options in MySLP (Store Locator Plus in WordPress).
Select Settings | View from the menu.
Scroll down the page and paste the copied rule in the Custom CSS box.
You can now add to the rule using standard CSS notation.
View The Changes
Reload your web page.
Keep in mind many web hosts cache CSS. Make sure you have cleared any proxy cache you have running as well as your browser cache.
A simple way to force your browser cache to reload (most of the time) is to hold down the shift key while clicking the “page reload” in your browser’s address bar. Some browsers are overly-aggressive with caching (Safari!) and you may need to clear your history.
An example for our Weebly South Carolina Ice Cream site on how to tweak the CSS.
Version 4.7.9 of the Store Locator Plus application includes changes to the admin interface user experience. Premier members who have current subscriptions for WordPress or are Enterprise level subscribers for MySLP have a new module that adds URL control functionality.
“Experience” Tab has been renamed “Settings”
Formerly the tab was referenced as “Experience ” (back end) where you had options to change how the search,map,and results interfaced. These options are now under the Settings tab, the functionality of the tab remains the same. The change was made so the nomenclature is now in line with the application interface standards.
The application separates functionality into different application modules. This will ensure that extra overhead is not incurred for features not being deployed in your environment. The interface for turning modules on and off is found under the General | Server tab in the Web App Settings section.
The WordPress plugin includes a module for building SEO friendly web pages based on location data. The option is a checkbox to enable the Pages module . This can be found under the General | Server | Web App Settings section.
Enterprise / Premier Users
Enabling the Territory Bounds module has been moved from the General | Data tab to the General | Server | Web App Settings section.
A new URL Control module has been added to the application. Enabling this module will turn on the interface to allow additional data to be presented in a web page URL to impact how the locator behaves.
URL Control : Allow Location In URL
The first URL Control option is to pass a location ID in via a URL. Adding ?location=<id> to the end of a web page address that hosts the locator will cause the page to load with the specified location being highlighted as if the map marker was clicked. The default behavior is to show the info bubble for that location.
Click on an upgrade or downgrade button for the new level you wish to use.
If you subscribed using PayPal you will be asked to login to your PayPal account and approve the new monthly payment amount.
Once you have agreed to the new payment you will be brought back to the My Profile page and the new subscription level will be active.
Note: PayPal can take up to 72 hours to process a subscription change. You may see your subscription details showing a status of Pending with a resubscribe button during this period. You do not need to resubscribe.
Note: PayPal does not support direct subscription upgrades or downgrades. The subscription details will show the total paid for the newest level of service only. It will show $0.00 during the pending process and the accrued monthly amount once PayPal has activated your new subscription level on their end.
Note: Starting in March 2017 you can now pay with a credit card via Stripe. This will not interact in any way with PayPal and allows you to purchase subscriptions on a credit card.
WordPress Store Locator Plus add ons can be purchased with a credit card. To do so go through the normal checkout procedure. When the PayPal login screen appears choose the “Pay with Debit or Credit Card” button on the bottom of the screen. Fill out your details for the credit card information.
This will allow you to make the purchase and have it billed directly to your credit card WITHOUT going through a PayPal account.