Support » Plugin: MapPress Maps for WordPress » HTML rewriting?

  • Resolved Shizart

    (@shizart)


    I wanted to add something like <i class=”fas fa-phone-square”></i> to my map info bubble. It shows it once but then the wysiwyg editor overwrites it with  . It doesn’t seem to have a problem with any other html. Is there an issue with copyright? I have font awesome installed as they instruct. Is that some kind of tease to get pro?

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  • Thread Starter Shizart

    (@shizart)

    “Custom marker body and titles with full HTML support” on the docs for pro vs lite.

    Thread Starter Shizart

    (@shizart)

    Also, is there a way to change the base map? We don’t want other markers competing. We would buy pro if we need to.

    Thread Starter Shizart

    (@shizart)

    And one more thing, the tool tip or talk bubble comes up closed on mobile. http://mc.californiasun.com/locations/antelope

    Thanks. The product is awesome. Sorry for nagging. We just love it and we have some questions.

    Plugin Author chrisvrichardson

    (@chrisvrichardson)

    Hi,

    Sorry for my slow reply, I didn’t see your post. For some reason I don’t always get notifications from wordpress.org.

    Please feel free to contact me here directly instead. Here’s some answers:

    1. The HTML didn’t work because of the angled double quotes. Some editors add angled quotes automatically. Try using straight double quotes instead, and it should work:
    <i class="fas fa-phone-square"></i>

    2. Yes, styled maps are available with MapPress Pro

    3. Thanks for the link. I checked it and the popup seems to come up open. Are you using a specific mobile device (I tried generic/iPhoneX).

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