• JDTravel

    (@jdtravel)



    Hi,
    The maps work fine on normal posts and pages but only works on woocommerce pages in compatibility mode. I’ve tried it on the twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen themes and my own theme. Is there another workround for this?
    Thanks

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  • Plugin Author RobertHarm

    (@harmr)

    Hi,
    can you please provide an example of a mp in a woocommerce page not working? Do you see any errors in the browser console and/or PHP error log?
    best,
    Robert

    JDTravel

    (@jdtravel)

    Hi,

    Yes on my test site, this woocommerce page:

    http://base1.golasvegasusa.com/product/mirage-resort-casino-2

    just a basic map:

    [mapsmarker mlat=”36.122197″ mlon=”-115.171625″]

    and the map does not load, it loads ok in compatibility mode and also on standard posts and pages.

    I’ve tested on other themes and other WordPress installs same results.

    Best regards

    John

    JDTravel

    (@jdtravel)

    Just to mention my site is currently set to the twentysixteen theme and here is a standard page with the map displaying:

    http://base1.golasvegasusa.com/mytest

    Here is the woocommerce page with the same map not displaying

    http://base1.golasvegasusa.com/shop/hotels/the-strip/mirage-resort-casino-2

    John

    Plugin Author RobertHarm

    (@harmr)

    Hi,

    what do you mean by “compatibility mode”? Changing the setting “where to include javascript files?” at Settings / Misc “/ Compatibility Settings”
    to “header+inline javascript”? This is what I would ask you to check please, as changing this settings usually fixes those kind of issues.
    best,

    Robert

    Hi,

    Yes if I set
    Settings / Misc / Compatibility Settings
    to “header+inline javascript”
    then the maps display.

    I was trying to avoid having the javascript files load on all pages to avoid slowing the site down. Is this there anyway to avoid this?

    Best regards
    John

    Plugin Author RobertHarm

    (@harmr)

    Unfortunately I do not see another way to get the free version running on your site without activating this compatibility setting.
    Once our pro version Maps Marker Pro 4.0 is available, this might be an alternative for you, as this new major release has an optimized codebase (not related to the free version anymore), where also this compatibility setting is not needed anymore.

    Ok, no problem I’ll try minimizing the effect with cloudflare and minify settings.

    Regarding the upcoming Maps Marker Pro 4.0, would the personal license cover use on one commercial site?

    Thanks

    John

    Plugin Author RobertHarm

    (@harmr)

    Hi John,

    yes, a personal license covers the usage of Maps Marker Pro on one domain, there is no distinction between the commercial and private sites.

    best,

    Robert

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