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  • #56306

    Chris
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    Hello,

    I have the Search Form Tag Input set to Drop Down so a drop down for tags will show, but none appears in my map search.

    Am I missing any additional settings to show the tag dropdown for map search, I can’t seem find any additional settings in the docs what it might be.

    Thank you

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    #56307

    Chris
    Participant

    I forgot to mention I also placed this in the search layout
    [slp_search_element dropdown_with_label=”tag”]

    #56338

    Cici
    Keymaster

    Under the Settings/Search if you scroll down the page, see the section under category selector there is a “search tag selector” from that menu you choose how you want it to display.

    You will also need to add your tag “labels” you want to appear in the drop down.

    https://docs.storelocatorplus.com/blog/tags-for-locations/

    See screenshot

    #56366

    Chris
    Participant

    Thank you, got this working now too. One extra thing I found I had to do was remove the “only_with_tag” shortcode option for this particular page. It looks like the tag dropdown search function doesn’t display if the page is called with the “only_with_tag” shortcode:
    [SLP only_with_tag=”example”]

    #56367

    Cici
    Keymaster

    Correct, if you are using the shortcode “Only with = “one specific tag”, then there is no reason to have a tag drop down selector for your customer to choose from if in essence you are only going to display the results for ONE tag…

    Think of it as a true false statement. Do you want to give them a choice or are you making the choice for them.

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