Database map_id column to accept two id’s

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    Not sure if this has already been asked. Within the database under table wp_wpgmza would it be possible to be able to add more than one map id to a data row.

    Example I have a row id = 3 with all the relevant data for a pin on map 1. I would like this same data on map 5. I could copy and past this in a new row with map_id as 5. If I wanted this is multiple maps with multiple data rows this will get quite large amount data.

    So it would be nice to add map_id = 1, 5 ECT… and then pull this out on the jQuery or PHP side to make up each map.

    Hope this makes some sense. The main issue I can see is the structure of the column will have to be changed to VAR and then there is the jQuery side of things.


    Hi Steve,

    Thank you so much for getting in touch, we really appreciate your time.

    Unfortunately, changes such as this might be a little complex to build in currently as having each marker associated with one map allows these markers to then be controlled via that specific map editor for instance whereas, if we were to include multiple map ID’s for an individual marker, we would most likely then need a reshape a lot of how WP Google Maps runs currently and most likely need a whole new “Universal Marker” Editor where one would then be able to assign markers to specific maps.

    This might be possible, however, this would most likely fall under a customization request which you are welcome to submit at the following link:

    One of our lead custom developers may better be able to assist with a feature such as this.

    I hope this helps?

    Kindest Regards,
    Steven De Beer

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