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When I use address_types=’work’ in the shortcode, the home address isn’t displayed which is correct, but the map link is still there.
Is the your intended behavior?
I think it would make more sense (for me at least) if the map link wasn’t shown when the address is not.
I can’t decide if that is a feature or bug… I’ll have to chew on it for a bit. gut feeling though, I’m leaning towards bug.
The map will display the first address in the list, so, edit your entry, and use drop and drag to move the address that you want mapped to the first position.
Hope that helps.
We don’t use multiple addresses in this case.
All of our businesses only enter a single address but some don’t have an actual store front, so they have to put in their home address, which they dont want listed on the site. (we require addresses for everyone because our admins use the database to send out letters and such.)
For now I just set the home addresses to unlisted but when a new user is signing up using the forms extension, there is no option for them to choose unlisted.
Understood. I’ve logged it as the bug. It seems like it more sense if you have specified address types, the map should respect that.
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