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WordPress Store Locator

A WordPress-integrated map & location management interface. Quickly create store locator maps -- provides several top-level addon features

Main Plugin

  1. Upload the store-locator folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
  3. Sign up for a Google Maps API Key for your domain (not required in Maps V3, unless needed for high usage sites). Instructions: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/tutorial#api_key
  4. Add your locations through the 'Locations' page in the Store Locator admin area
  5. Place the shortcode [STORE-LOCATOR] in the body of a Page or a Post to display your store locator

Addons

  1. Unzip & Upload the entire addon folder to the /wp-content/uploads/sl-uploads/addons directory
  2. Activate the addon by submitting the activation key (which you receive after purchasing it) to the "Activation Keys" section of your pull-out admin dashboard (If you have the Addons Platform installed, you submit activation keys on the 'Addons' > 'Settings' page)

Themes

  1. Unzip & Upload the entire theme folder to the /wp-content/uploads/sl-uploads/themes directory
  2. Select theme from the theme dropdown menu under the "Design" section on the "MapDesigner™" Page

Icons

  1. There are some default icons in the /wp-content/plugins/store-locator/icons directory
  2. Add your own custom icons in to /wp-content/uploads/sl-uploads/custom-icons

Custom Images

  1. You can create your own custom 'search_button.{...}png' images and place them under /wp-content/uploads/sl-uploads/images/
  2. The store locator will give priority to the 'search_button.{...}png' images in the /wp-content/uploads/sl-uploads/images/ folder over the default 'search_button.{...}png' images in the main store-locator/ folder, allowing for store locator plugin updates without worrying about losing your custom button images

Custom CSS (Stylesheet)

  1. You can modify the default 'store-locator.css' and place it under /wp-content/uploads/sl-uploads/custom-css/
  2. The store locator will give priority to the 'store-locator.css' in the /wp-content/uploads/sl-uploads/custom-css/ folder over the default 'store-locator.css' in the main store-locator/ folder. This allows you to update the main store locator plugin without worrying about losing your custom styling.

Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-8-8
Downloads: 149,652

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Support

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