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  • songofshambhala


    I have taken the plunge to add Just Map It to my site network The site has a lot of posts and inter-related websites all which serve up contented related to a novel that will be sold as an ebook. I have created tags for about 140 of the main sites 500 posts and while I can see where the map should be displayed, I don’t see a map. For instance here on this “mandala” post

    Can you advise me on what might be wrong? I want to make sure it will work before I create tags for the remaining posts.

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  • Plugin Author socialcomputing



    Thanks for your feedback.

    I followed the link to your blog from the previous message and I explored the blog content and presentation.
    It is very nice but also specific in a sense that it isn’t the standard way of doing things with WordPress.

    After browsing the site with the firebug extension enabled, here is what I could observe :

    • the jmi plugin is successfuly installed and enabled
    • the json api plugin is also installed and enabled
    • the required markup to position and render the map at the bottom of each post is successfully added
    • the javascript section which triggers the map initialization is not automatically inserted and thus not executed

    From the last point, i suspect that there is something that prevent the javascript section to be added. It can be a plugin or your theme for example.

    Can you please try to install another WordPress instance with your content but with the default WordPress theme and plugins and report the result on this forum thread ?



    I really don’t have another site to test it on. What I was hoping to do is to install it on the site I am building. It has a lot of expansive content and I was hoping your plugin could help tie the posts together and help the user make sense of how everything is interconnected.

    Is there anything else we can do to get it to work or to see if there is a jquery conflict?



    Since my site is part of a network would that affect how it should be installed?

    Plugin Author socialcomputing


    Since you can’t start from a fresh WordPress installation, i would advise you to deactivate all the enabled plugins on your running instance. Then only enable JSON-API and JMI plugins and see if it works.

    The best you can do to minimize the impact for your blog users is to try this manipulation at a time where you have lowest traffic.

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