Support » Plugin: Store Locator Plus for WordPress » Store Page Template

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  • seo-uk

    (@seo-uk-1)

    Hello,

    Not sure if you can change the template within SLP as I have not looked at that but I have changed the existing template to suit my needs.

    You can edit the template within your theme. To do this create a child theme, if not using your own, and copy single.php to the child directory. Open it up in an editor and remove what you do not want.

    In what you describe you need to remove the meta.

    troypoint

    (@troypoint)

    Thanks seo-uk!! I understand how to change my template files but the Store Locator Plus is just a small portion of my site so I wouldn’t want to do that. All I want to do is be able to change the current structure that it renders. If I could create a new single.php and name it something else and then direct SLP to use that instead, that would be great. Thanks for your time.

    troypoint

    (@troypoint)

    I fixed it by adding the following to custom css under Pro Pack –
    .post-info { display: none; }

    seo-uk

    (@seo-uk-1)

    Hello,

    Just searched the code and it appears to be creating a post.

    // Create the page
    //
    $slpNewListing = array(
    ‘ID’ => (($store[‘sl_linked_postid’] > 0)?$store[‘sl_linked_postid’]:”),
    ‘post_type’ => ‘store_page’,
    ‘post_status’ => ‘publish’,
    ‘post_title’ => $store[‘sl_store’],
    ‘post_content’ => call_user_func(array(‘SLPlus_AdminUI’,’slpCreatePageContent’),$store),
    );

    Be interested in the answer as it may crop up.

    Plugin Author Store Locator Plus

    (@charlestonsw)

    Posts and pages are the same thing in WordPress. A page is just a specialized type of post, thus all the references in the named array to things like ‘post_type’ and ‘post_status’.

    The ‘post_type’ => ‘store_page’ is the metadata that tells WordPress “this is a custom page type”. The post type of “store page” is registered as a custom type of WordPress page.

    You’d use the same calls to create a new page in WordPress but use ‘post_type’ => ‘page’ instead.

    seo-uk

    (@seo-uk-1)

    Thanks for that.. I change my single template to take out comments and meta.. I guess the question was/is there a way to point to specific template?

    Looking for directions too! Please advise!

    Ok, I managed to figure something out!
    In order to direct specific template for Store Pages I did the following:

    In my theme’s single.php I added the following conditions:

    <?php
    if ( $post->post_type=='store_page' )
    {
            require_once (TEMPLATEPATH . '/single_storepage.php');
    }else
    {
    	require_once (TEMPLATEPATH . '/single_blog.php');
    }
    
    ?>

    Then I added single_storepage.php where I could tweak it any way I wanted!

    Hope this solution helps!

    Plugin Author Store Locator Plus

    (@charlestonsw)

    @ivadenis – thanks for sharing!

    This was very helpful. Thanks, ivadenis!

    I tied in a separate database table with lots of additional fields, all connected with the sl_id. It’s working great for our 1700+ dealer locations.

    Now I’m building a password-protected form that our dealers can use to edit their info directly. Since we have multiple product lines, I’m giving them checkboxes to indicate which products they carry, too.

    Plugin Author Store Locator Plus

    (@charlestonsw)

    Product support is provided here:
    http://www.charlestonsw.com/forums/forum/support-2/

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