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[Plugin: WP Map Markers] Styling the embedded map

  • hi there. this plugin works great. however, i’ve installed and tested it and can’t work out where i can ‘style’ the map elements. at the moment i’m using it on a site which has white text and the map bubbles are inheriting the white CSS text from the main site and are therefore invisible!

    do you have a list of classes used? – i can’t see them in the HTML because it’s all in one canvas element.

    the plugin is great but i think more control is needed over style and label elements.

    thanks

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-map-markers/

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  • Hi, also as another poster mentioned – where are the labels defined for things like ‘Where are you’ ‘There are no markers in this area.’ etc. – so we can change the text on these labels. I know you said you’d add them to the admin at some point, but for speed if you could indicate which file contains all this UI text that’d be great for now. thanks.

    would be good to get a response from the developer – thanks!

    Plugin Author Paul de Wouters

    @pauldewouters

    hi

    all the text is in an included library which is minified and not translatable.
    if you modify it and update, then your changes will be overwritten
    here’s the source code for the store locator library
    http://storelocator.googlecode.com/git/reference.html

    you should be able to overwrite styles in your theme style.css file

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