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  • #42264

    Jorge
    Participant

    The widget search by zipcode returns all the locations instead of the maximum result setting 3

    #42285

    Cici
    Keymaster

    Please provide your Plugin Environment and url *(see posting guidelines) so I can better assist you

    #42423

    Jorge
    Participant

    http://citizen.seventy4media.com/

    We want that when we search from the widget(landing page), that it gives the maximum of 3 results that we specify in settings. this works perfect when searched from the maps page but not from the widget area

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    #42451

    Cici
    Keymaster

    You would need to use some shortcodes on the Landing page to limit results:  attributes

    A shortcode is a special label inside of square brackets that is used within WordPress pages and posts to display the output from a plugin. You place a shortcode within the text of your page or post and the plugin will “do it’s magic”. [box type=”info” border=”full”]Shortcode attributes WILL NOT WORK if Force Load JavaScript is turned on under Store Locator Plus General Settings.

    Extended Attributes

    You can use the following settings to modify how the store locator interface is displayed on the page:

     

     

     

    ignore_radius=”true|false”

    immediately_show_locations=”true|false”

    initial_radius=”number for initial radius”

    initial_results_returned=”number of locations”

    only_with_category=”slug”

    only_with_tag=”tag text”

    order_by=”location field name”

    show_map_toggle=”true|false”

    state=”state name”

    state_selector=”discrete|hidden|input”

    tags_for_pulldown=”comma separated text”

    theme=”theme slug”

    Attributes are added inside the short code, for example: [[SLPLUS center_map_at=”Charleston, SC”]]

     

    [[SLPLUS hide_map=”true”]]

    hide_search_form

     

    Turn the search form on or off on a per-page basis. Themes and CSS settings that hide the search form will take precedence over this setting. This setting takes precedence over the Enhanced Search “hide search form” checkbox.

    Examples

    [[SLPLUS hide_search_form=”true”]]

    [[SLPLUS hide_search_form=”false”]]

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    Ignore the radius, return all results that match the filters and search criteria provided up to the location limit specified. Shortcode attribute takes precedence over the admin panel “Ignore Radius” setting.

    Radius

    Turn off the radius limitation for the page containing the shortcode:

    [[SLPLUS ignore_radius=’true’]]

    Use the standard radius limitation to return results.

    [[SLPLUS ignore_radius=’false’]]

    immediately_show_locations

    Overrides the global immediately show locations setting on a per-page basis. When set to true the page will bring up locations based on the Center Map At and Radius To Search Initially settings.

    [[SLPLUS immediately_show_locations=’true’]]

     

    [[SLPLUS immediately_show_locations=’false’]]

     

    Override the default initial results returned for immediately show locations mode.

    Example

    [[SLPLUS initial_results_returned=”1″]]

     

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