February 2, 2017 at 11:05 AM #44936
I am getting this message on my web page that displays Store Locator Plus: “Looks like you turned off SLP Maps under General Settings but need them here.” However, the box under general settings for this is not checked. All plugins, themes, and WP are up to date. I have attached my a screenshot for environment settings. Here is the link to the page: http://jhcc.biz/search-by-zip-code/
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.February 3, 2017 at 6:38 PM #44958
Have you EVER had a legacy Enhanced * add on or CSS before? Other than SLP base plugin? Install Janitor and see if Enhanced Map / Search / Results show up on any of the settings page.February 3, 2017 at 11:15 PM #44961
I don’t quite understand what you are saying. I don’t know what legacy enhanced is. However, I did install Janitor as you said, but nothing changed. Any more advice?February 4, 2017 at 3:40 PM #44968
Is this a clean ,new install or copied over from another database? Do you have a Google API key?
This is not a widely known issue, I have not been able to reproduce it.
Here are some notes to get you started and you should read Troubleshooting guide on how to do more
What is shown when you use the Browser tools and inspect. You have CSS rules that are overriding. try clearing cache with Janitor or inspect your CSS rules. Enfold: Script I do not know why it is showing _lpchecked=1…but it is written into your theme
<form id=”searchForm” class=”slp_search_form” action=”” onsubmit=”cslmap.searchLocations(); return false;” _lpchecked=”1″><div class=”slp_search_container”><div id=”address_search” class=”slp search_box”> <div id=”addy_in_address” class=”search_item”><label for=”addressInput” class=”text length_13″>Address / Zip</label><input class=”label_text length_13″ type=”text” id=”addressInput” name=”addressInput” size=”50″ value=””></div> <div class=”search_item”> <div id=”addy_in_radius”><label for=”radiusSelect” class=”text length_6″>Within</label><select id=”radiusSelect”><option value=”10″>10 miles</option><option value=”25″>25 miles</option><option value=”50″ selected=”selected”>50 miles</option><option value=”100″>100 miles</option></select></div> <div id=”radius_in_submit”><input type=”submit” class=”slp_ui_button” value=”Find Locations” id=”addressSubmit”></div> </div> </div></div></form>February 6, 2017 at 12:15 PM #44982
If the Turn Off SLP Maps is not checked then something else in your WordPress themes or plugins is forcing the Google Maps API to be removed from the WordPress script list.
Try disabling plugins one-at-a-time and see if the map loads.February 6, 2017 at 1:47 PM #44983
I found that the Leaflets Map Marker plugin is what is causing the problem. The two plugins have been working together just fine for the past year or so. I guess a recent update may have caused the problem. I really need both plugins to work. Any ideas of how to accomplish this?February 7, 2017 at 4:14 PM #45001
If you have a Google Map API only one can access that at a time.
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