Search Form Style

Search Form Style sets the styling for the interactive locator elements on your site.   It uses pre-built jQuery Theme Roller style CSS designs to create a simple way to style interactive elements such as the autocomplete feature (available in WPSLP Experience or with MySLP Professional) on the address box.

The default styling is set to “None” which provides not special styling rules from interactive JavaScript elements in the locator interface.   This allows the site designer to create their own styles for the website in which the locator will be placed.

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Default styling for autocomplete is “none”.  The theme in this example does not specifiy any ui-autocomplete styling. The background inherits the transparent background used by the website as the default for all divs.

The base service also includes the Base jQuery theme.

 

Setting A New Style

For WordPress plugin users go to the Store Locator Plus selection on the sidebar menu.

For MySLP users go to Advanced Options.

Select Settings from the tab list.  Search will be the default sub-tab.

Scroll down to the Appearance section and expand it by clicking the word “Appearance” if necessary.

Select a new style from the Search Form Style drop-down menu.

Selecting Base Search Form Style
Selecting a search form style for interactive elements.
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jQuery Base Default Styling

Available For WPSLP and MySLP

Search Form Style is a feature that is included in the base plugin of Store Locator Plus for WordPress and is available under Advanced Options for all levels of the MySLP service.   Premier members on WPSLP and Enterprise Level users for MySLP will have multiple options for the Search Form Style.

 

 

Power (WPSLP) / Power (MySLP) Overview

The Power add on for WordPress and the Power level for MySLP share the same features and functionality.    Here is an overview of some of the features you will find in this offering.

Categorization

Assign categories to your locations then allow users to pick a category and show only those locations.  Great for showing service versus retail centers or locations that carry specific products.
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Paying With Credit Card

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.

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Q. Where can I find an earlier version of the Core SLP plugin?

A. If you need to download an earlier version of the  WordPress StoreLocator Plus developer plugin, go to the WP developers plugin directory.  Select the version you need , download.

You should always back up your site before updating to avoid issues that can occur , especially if you have not been updating your site on a regular basis.  We recommend JetPack.

 

You may also want to check out this article:

Downgrading Store Locator Plus

 

Using Custom Map Markers

Store Locator Plus allows you to set a custom marker for all of your locations.

Upload Your Marker

Start by uploading the marker to a web accessible location.

WP SLP

Go to Media / Add New in the WordPress admin panel.

Upload your marker.

View the attachment details for the newly uploaded marker and copy the URL.
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