A full featured location management system. Add a location finder or directory to your site in minutes. Extensive premium add-on library available!
The plugin includes all the functions and features necessary to add multiple locations to a store finder tool on your website. List 1 location or 1,000, customize the search interface and results form, and more. All basic functionality needed for a fully functional plugin is included. Basic upgrades are free and available directly from the WordPress plugin repository.
In response to feature requests from customers, I created a series of premium add-on packages for Store Locator Plus. These features extend the functionality of the plugin beyond the basic service and features and can be purchased ala-carte. This gives those customers who want more out of the plugin the extra features they desire while keeping the main plugin as efficient as possible for everyone else. It also provides a great way to support future development while getting a "little something extra" when contributing to my efforts.
All plugins are true add-on packs. They are non-destructive OPTIONAL additions to the base plugin. They do not require the base plugin to be uninstalled or re-installed. Installed an add-on pack will not change location data or modify base plugin settings.
Currently it is one guy hacking code in a home office. I ONLY do mobile apps and WordPress plugins for a living. Lately it has been almost exclusively work on Store Locator Plus due to the popularity and requests for added features that come in every month.
The license is GPL. You get the code, feel free to modify it as you wish. I prefer that customers pay because they like what I do and want to support the effort that brings useful software to market. Learn more on the License Terms page.
This plugin has settings for many of the user-interface labels. I am looking into working with the WPML plugin for added support for those of you that are not in North America.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8
Last Updated: 2013-12-5
0 of 13 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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