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    Trenton
    Participant

    Hello,

    I have just completed a bulk import of all my locations. However, none of them will geocode.

    I’ve tried adjusting addresses manually, and have verified the correct address with Google, but it still won’t work.

    I keep getting this message:
    Store Locator Plus needs attention:

    Read this if you are having geocoding issues.
    Address PO Box 916 Centreville VA 20120 (1 in current series) hit the Google query limit.
    Waited up to 4.00 seconds between request, total wait for this location was 7.00 seconds.
    3 total attempts for this location.

    Can you help me figure out what’s wrong?

    Here is my plugin environment.

    Store Locator Plus:4.5.06

    Contact Extender:4.3.02

    Experience:4.5.06

    Extended Data Manager:4.5.01

    Pages:4.4.07

    Pro Pack:4.5

    Tagalong:4.4.03

     

    This Info Cached:1466021754

    WordPress Version:4.5.2

    Network Active:No

    Site URL:http://classicalchristian.org

     

    MySQL Version:5.5.5

    PHP Version:5.6.21

     

    PHP Limit:256M

    WordPress General Limit:40M

    WordPress Admin Limit:256M

    PHP Peak RAM:55 MB

    PHP Post Max Size:50M

     

    I can give you login credentials if you’d like. Just respond and I will email them to you. I really don’t want to have to go through 256 locations and try and do this manually if possible.</p>

    • This topic was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by  Trenton.
    #41673

    Cici
    Keymaster

    Geocode and Query Limits : See the answer here under FAQ

    As far as that one particular site, was it imported in a bulk CSV file?

    Check to make sure the address is correctly added, and if Google cant geocode it and you can find the lat/long then put it in manually (option not the best but it does happen).  You may want to try t the PO box on the second line or eliminating it and adding it afterwards if you absolutely need to have it.  Google will have difficulty geocoding a location of a PO Box, but again I am not sure if that is your issue or if it is bad data in your CSV file  or your server.

    If you need someone to login on your site that is a paid support option, the developer has another paid support customer he is helping at the moment, so having some sort of paid support will get you on his schedule.  If you just want or need someone to review your CSV file you can opt for email biz support.

    how  google query works:

    Google Geocoding and API

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