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December 13, 2021 at 12:59 pm #71507DannyParticipant
I’m simulating the Store Locator on a mobile viewport and it’s not very user-friendly.
When I check the HTML structure, it looks like the search panel is bounded by the map’s container itself.
Besides manually overriding the CSS to position the search panel outside of the map on mobile, is there a better method to doing this? Or, a more user-friendly theme?
One of the store locator plugins I was considering too was WP Store Locator. Except, it doesn’t support the WYSIWYG editor like WPGM.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.December 14, 2021 at 2:08 pm #71510StevenModerator
Thank you so much for getting in touch, we really appreciate your time.
Unfortunately, there is no prebuilt templates that can be used and for more intricate customization, users will usually make use of CSS to fine tune their desired styles.
With that said, you can switch between two current styles, that being the modern which binds the Store locator to the map or the Legacy styling which removes the store locator from the map and allows for easier custom CSS.
To switch to the Legacy style, simply navigate to -> Maps -> Settings -> Once here, ensure the “User Interface Style” is set to legacy and save the settings.
Kindly then navigate to -> Maps -> Map Editor -> Store Locator -> Ensure the “Legacy” style here is enabled.
This should essentially remove the Store Locator elements from the map and place them outside of the main map container.
I hope this helps?
Steven De Beer
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