Support » Plugin: OSM - OpenStreetMap » Replace Template GoogleMaps

  • pils.schouler

    (@pilsschouler-1)


    Hi
    I am in the process of removing googlemaps from a theme template and replacing with your lovely osm:

    <?php echo do_shortcode(‘[osm_map_v3 map_center=”xx.xxxxx,-1.2037″ mwz=”true” zoom=”15″ width=”100%” height=”450″ post_markers=”1″ type=”stamen_toner”]’); ?>

    Which all works beautifully, thank you!

    However, I can’t seem to find code for, what I assume is called, the post_marker. I attempted this in the above php:

    marker_text=”<b>MYNAME</b><br>DESIGNERTYPE”

    to no avail.

    Can you advise please what all the relevant ‘shortcodes’ are (For php)

    With sincere thanks and public acknowledgement that this plugin is SIMPLY the best potential replacement for (damn) googlemaps!!!

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • pils.schouler

    (@pilsschouler-1)

    damn, just realised I@ve given my gps away!
    s##t!
    :]

    pils.schouler

    (@pilsschouler-1)

    @jdembowski
    awww, thanks Jan
    (ps. also thanks for the facebook myinfo post)

    pils.schouler

    (@pilsschouler-1)

    ok, so, the answer appears to be (when custompage/themetemplate has no ‘content section’ / is NOT a post):

    1. use the osm (as normal) in admin/page/custompage. This will set the ‘wp_postmeta’ in SQL required for the marker_icon/marker_name and SAVE page.
    2. Add <php echo do_shortcode etc> to your custompage template.
    3. This will pick up the ‘wp_postmeta’ stored in the SQL, by page_id…(trusting that your shortcode has the correct details in)

    Do tell me if I’ve missed something simple.

    pils.schouler

    (@pilsschouler-1)

    Lovely chatting with you.
    :]

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