A WordPress-integrated map & location management interface. Quickly create store locator maps -- provides several top-level addon features
this plugin helped me a lot. very recommended!!!
This is by far the best plugin for store locations.
Simplemap stopped working so I switched to this plugin. Works fantastic out of the box and I did not have to edit the CSS anywhere near as much for implementation into our website. I look forward to using this locator for a very long time. I also had a question and received a response from the creator in less the 24 hours. I wish all developers were as quick as they are!
Overall an ok plugin. Functionality is as advertised and everything seems to work as described and reasonably logically. Front end is ugly as **** out of the box so be prepared to do some styling. Also documentation is a bit of a mess and not really helpful. For example the section about languages is apparently outdated as I couldn't get the plugin language changed with the instructions provided.
Have just installed this plugin and it seems to do everything that we want, so far. Certainly better than a coupe o f other plugins we've previously tried.
Nous venons d'installer le plugin sur le site, il est très simple à mettre en oeuvre même si les fonctionnalités de bases sont un peu justes : pas de possibilité a priori de personnaliser les polices ou le bouton de recherche sans toucher au code, pas d'implémentation de listing en csv dans la version de base. Ces fonctionnalités semblent cependant exister sur les versions payantes. Mais nous sommes ravis de ce plugin, vous pouvez y aller les yeux fermés !
I didn't pick this plug in, but inherited it from a client project. So glad I found it.
1. You cannot sort locations at all in the user font end. Instead, they are (bizarrely) listed by their ID. Judging by posts in the plugin's support forum the feature had been requested many times but still hasn't made it into a release.
2. The default CSS is ugly and cannot be turned off in the plugin's interface (I created my own set of overrides). The old fashioned image-based search button (and its hover state version) needs to be manually overridden via FTP.
3. You cannot pick a location image from the media library or upload it. You have to supply a full URL.
4. Any addon functionality, like location categories and theming, can only be accessed by a eye wateringly expensive "addon platform"
just installed and threw it on a page, looking pretty decent for an out of the box solution.
Screenshots show csv importer, turns out it's a $200+ addon. Annoying misrepresentation.