July 7, 2016 at 9:47 PM #41976
I am using a free version and it seems the search is not working at all – http://www.galleriaimports.com.au/stockists/
NepJuly 7, 2016 at 9:48 PM #41977
Also, when you change the label from Zip/Address to Postcode it’s not saving as well.July 8, 2016 at 2:10 PM #41993
Do you have a Google MAP API KEY? As of June 22 this year that became a requirement.
See the authors BLOG
you can log into the Google devloper console to get your MAP API key
Could you please post your plugin environment with versions next time you post.July 9, 2016 at 8:18 AM #42009
webpromParticipantJuly 10, 2016 at 8:29 AM #42035
Thanks for the clarification. Google changed the verbiage from 2 years ago. The setting label and help text has been changed for SLP 4.5.09.July 10, 2016 at 8:31 AM #42036
I am not having the issue with the Search Label not saving. If you are still having issues please test the 4.5.09 beta release as published on this site. This has not been tested yet and is not for use on a production system:July 10, 2016 at 8:52 AM #42040
As regards my pending issue on the split thread, I concur with the observations of webprom above. I have experienced the same thing:
“…>but when i reloAd page with location entered, it shows location related shops). Both sites are on same server. So it may be PHP version issue”.
I am observing the same exact symptoms. If you allow it to read your geolocation, the initial set of results comes up. If you try to enter a zip code manually, you get nothing.
I will double post this reply here and in my split thread.
NOTE: Rather than moving forward to a prerelease version, can you possibly provide me with a download of the previous version that was working?
July 10, 2016 at 11:56 AM #42043
- This reply was modified 4 months, 3 weeks ago by Paul.
Hi Paul, You can download any version of SLP from the directory but Lance is fixing the issue regarding the php versions 5.4. If your host/ server has higher version of php available that is also an option whereas WordPress recommends 5.6 now
If you follow that link they have the verbiage to use when requesting the PHP version…eventually the older php may be unsupported, hopefully no time soon but I am guessing this could occur
(They have this on that page regarding requirements)
To run WordPress we recommend your host supports:
PHP version 5.6 or greater
MySQL version 5.6 or greater OR MariaDB version 10.0 or greater
That’s really it. We recommend Apache or Nginx as the most robust and feature-ful server for running WordPress, but any server that supports PHP and MySQL will do. That said, we can’t test every possible environment and each of the hosts on our hosting page supports the above and more with no problems.
Note: If you are in a legacy environment where you only have older PHP or MySQL versions, WordPress also works with PHP 5.2.4+ and MySQL 5.0+, but these versions have reached official End Of Life and as such may expose your site to security vulnerabilities.”
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