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11/07/2014 at 12:19 am #309381Ed SwinfordParticipant
I have my code set up like this but nothing is working. any suggestions? this is for 60 mile radius around Austin TX.
[connections template="cmap" category='4' str_map_show=’Show Map’ enable_map=’true’ enable_search=’true’ width='600' map_frame_height=300 near_addr='78704' latitude='30.241524' longitude='-97.76877' radius='60']
Thanks11/07/2014 at 8:36 am #309391
Could you describe more by what you mean that; “nothing is working“. Perhaps also provide a link to your directory page?
near_addrshortcode option has never been implemented, so you can remove it. WordPress will strip it anyway.
TIP: You do not need to add the default options to the shortcode.
TIP: If you have a responsive theme you really should not use the
widthshortcode option and that will remove the responsive support built into Connections and cMap.
TIP: If you’ve activated the cMap template on the Connections : Templates admin page you do not need to add the
With the above said, you can use a thinned done shortcode:
`[connections category='4' map_frame_height=300 latitude='30.241524' longitude='-97.76877' radius='60']11/07/2014 at 1:53 pm #309422
Please do not reply back to the autoresponder, thanks!
Looking at the page I can tell you have a broken shortcode. Please see this QuickTip.
My suggestion is to start over with no copy/pasting while typing it into the HTML tab of the post editor.
Let me know if that helps!11/10/2014 at 11:26 am #309561Ed SwinfordParticipant
I did as you suggested and started over by inputting the code without copying and pasting it. I have the latitude and longitude set for Austin TX, with a radius of 200 miles and a listing added for Pearland, TX which is 178 miles from Austin.
However when I enter the zip code for Austin TX, nothing comes up, but if I put the zip code for Pearland, Pearland listing comes up.
What I want is when some enters in a zip code search it displays the results for anything within 200 miles of the zip code that was entered. How do I accomplish that?
Here is the page: http://www.sugar-gliders.com/vet-referrals/?page_id=78
Thanks for your help.11/11/2014 at 1:19 pm #309668
I see … what you want is the near address search which is not fully implemented. Right now the lat/lng and radius just limit the results in the directory it doesn’t check to see if if a supplied zip is within those results.
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