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  • Thank you for the follow-up. I am going to be a pain! Can you add another to-do, where the plugin will not call the google maps api unless it is on a page where it is necessary, please? I have a plugin I use to create my own maps, which has specific parameters being called. I had to go through my plugins and code, and I narrowed the issue down to your plugin and multiple google map api calls. To rectify the issue, I went into the code for your plugin, and added an if statement to only load the api if it is on the page I have the shortcode on. That resolved my problem. I know google changed some stuff, which makes multiple map api calls a nightmare, so I wanted to give you a heads up on this. Here is my modified code:

    if (is_page($page = 'wx-alerts')) {
    		wp_enqueue_script('google-map-api', 'https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/js?v=3.exp&libraries=weather&sensor=false', false, null, false);
    	}

    I wanted to follow-up after a few days use. I’m still enjoying this plugin tremendously. I have made some adjustments, such as on my list page I set the map above the details. I wanted to follow-up with a couple questions.

    1. Is it possible to show a map only and list only, so I can take advantage of the grid layout and arrange things differently in the full page list?

    2. Is there a way to allow the user to select the alerts bar to minimize it? When on mobile, the only way to minimize is to scroll the page.

    Thank you again!
    Will

    Thank you for that information. The list is a good start indeed. I will play around with the template and see what I can come up with. As stated, I use w3tc for cache management, and I use maxcdn. I’ll see what I can come up with there too. Thanks again for a great plugin, and I’m glad to hear you’re actively developing it. Let me know if you need a tester.

    Will

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