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  • +1

    A list in addition to the maps view would be fantastic, i.e. via shortcode adjustion.

    Hi there,

    I am having the same issue. Tried implementing the Borlabs Code in two different styles …

    [borlabs-cookie id="wpstorelocator" type="content-blocker"][wpsl][/borlabs-cookie]
    and
    [borlabs_cookie_blocked_content type="wpstorelocator"][wpsl][/borlabs_cookie_blocked_content]

    … but both ways I cannot klick on “more info” and also the markers are not “hopping” anymore. Also tried activating and deactivating the “GDPR – Only load Google Maps after the user agrees to it?” option, but no improvement…

    The following error in console appears …

    ReferenceError: InfoBox is not definedwpsl-gmap.min.js:1:1169
        M https://www.[removed].de/wp-content/plugins/wp-store-locator/js/wpsl-gmap.min.js?ver=2.2.232:1
        init https://www.[removed].de/wp-content/plugins/wp-store-locator/js/wpsl-gmap.min.js?ver=2.2.232:1
        e https://www.[removed].de/wp-content/plugins/wp-store-locator/js/wpsl-gmap.min.js?ver=2.2.232:1
        jQuery 2
        e https://www.[removed].de/wp-content/plugins/wp-store-locator/js/wpsl-gmap.min.js?ver=2.2.232:1

    … which can be solved by enabling “Use the default style for the info window?”. But still the more info cannot be expanded.

    As soon as I remove the sourrounding Borlabs shortcode everything works fine. It might has something to do with the correct order of loading the scripts implemented in wpsl shortcode?

    Can you provide a solution for this issue?

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Ben.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Ben.

    Speaking of “next plugin version”: This plugin seems to be abandoned. Can the author provide an update and fix the bug mentioned above? I love this plugin and really do not want to switch… 🙁

    Hi there!

    would be great if you consider to integrate this function (disabling the plugin on single pages) in a future update, so people could still navigate to the contact form or the imprint of the website, for example, while the rest is under maintenance.

    Cheers
    Ben

    Thread Starter Ben

    (@benhofer)

    Hi Tijmen,

    thanks for your reply. You are right, in Firefox it works fine – but try it with Google Chrome or Safari and you’ll see the errors coming up in the Developer Tools Debug Console.

    I now rechecked everything and found out, FancyBox was not opening as iFrame but with an ajax-request (mixing up the scripts of the main page and the overlay).

    Using the “Easy FancyBox” plugin for wordpress the following settings are important:

    • Settings -> Media: “iFrame” must be activated in the FancyBox section.
    • Class “fancybox-iframe” must be used in the href tag for opening the FancyBox.

    Now everything seems to work fine.

    Best regards 🙂

    Any news on this? Seems a good idea to put it the other way round 🙂

    +1

    This option would be nice, especially when using booking by hours, as the “X available” text does not make too much sense in this context.

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