WP Geo | WordPress Plugin
Add geocoding and Google maps to your WordPress blog
Monday, 20th February 2012 at 1:58 pm | 26 Comments »
Fixed bug in WP Geo 188.8.131.52 where maps weren’t showing in admin.
Sorry if this caused any inconvenience.
Filed in WP Geo Development, WP Geo Releases
Where can i see a demo of this plugin?
I am still using version 184.108.40.206. Any newer one including 220.127.116.11 does not have the map show up!
What version of WordPress are you using?
Where about’s are you displaying maps on your site? Widgets etc?
Have you customised the plugin at all or are you using other plugins that work in conjunction with WP Geo?
Please could you add an issue to the issues log with more details.
Latest version of WP 3.3.1. This is the map in the create a post screen, not on the main site.
I’ll add this to the issues log.
A basic demo can be seen here…
Not at the moment but the next major version will – it’s work in progress.
Thank you for your work.
Another question .. how to make that map does not repeat itself, if its scope to go beyond
Can be done to the map is not repeated?
You have a wonderfull plugin,
but in WP3.3.1 when i click in the wp-geo box of post edit page, the mouse doesn’t insert the position icon.
Could you verify what is needed to insert the position icon?
Best regard, Pescadito
Did you auto-upgade the plugin through WordPress?
If not then deactivate and reactivate the plugin.
It’s also worth going to the WP Geo settings and re-saving them.
Have you tried disabling all other plugins and trying the default WordPress theme to check it’s not a conflict?
Failing that, let me know which browser you are using and I’ll see if I can re-create the issue.
hi ben, i follow your recomendations…
i deactivate all plugins, then activate WP-Geo and Custom Post Type UI beause i have a custom post type called ‘propiedad’. Then i verified that wp-geo edit box worked well when i create a new post or a new ‘propiedad’, and also when i edit a existing post. But it fail when i edited a existing ‘propiedad’. Then i noted that it fail because that ‘propiedad’ post was using custom marker icon and custom map options. But if i returned the options in the ‘propiedad’ post to the default i was able to set the position in wp-geo edit box.
could verify and treat this behavior?
best regards, Pescadito
I think the plugin is great and have a slightly off topic post for you.
I’m using the plugin to geolocate posts and am interested in creating an ARML file for wikitude as part of a larger project I am working on, I read this post on Wikitude http://www.wikitude.com/developer/documentation/wikitude-worlds/wordpress-plugin about using this plugin to create ARML files. After a bit of digging I found the code and have deployed it to my server.
The code appears to work in so far as it creates an ARML output but there are no locations in it am I missing something or has the plugin changed the way it works quite significantly so the web service I’m trying to run won’t work with it any more?
Thanks in advance
Can you point me in the direction of the code as I can’t find it.
Sorry the code I am using to create the web service can be seen here http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1587159/wikitude.php
I’ve removed the DB password from this for obvious reasons
the output I am getting from that code it here
I’ve done a bit of testing and can confirm that there is an error in their code.
My test SQL query was as follows.
It should have located a post with the coord -114.3474516, 34.4716613
p.ID AS id,
p.post_title AS name,
p.post_content AS description,
concat(pm1.meta_value,',',pm2.meta_value) AS adress,
p.guid AS url,
concat(pm1.meta_value,',',pm2.meta_value) AS coordinates
FROM wpgeo_posts p
INNER JOIN wpgeo_postmeta pm1 ON p.ID = pm1.post_id AND pm1.meta_key = '_wp_geo_longitude'
INNER JOIN wpgeo_postmeta pm2 ON p.ID = pm2.post_id AND pm2.meta_key = '_wp_geo_latitude'
WHERE pm2.meta_value BETWEEN '34.0220210122'
AND pm1.meta_value BETWEEN '-114.797091888'
AND p.post_status= 'publish'
The error was in the second BETWEEN comparison.
It searches for a number >= the first number as <= second number so this should be reversed.
AND pm1.meta_value BETWEEN ‘-113.897811312′
So their code needs reconfiguring to swap the values of $boundingBoxLongitude1 and $boundingBoxLongitude2 (and $boundingBoxLatitude1 and $boundingBoxLatitude2) to ensure they are in the correct order, lowest number first.
Hope that helps…
Hi. Great Job. I have a question. Is possible to extract a general maps whit every post of my blog?
no widget but code…
I’m not sure quite what you are asking. Can you explain in a little more detail?
nice plugin for the post maps
hi, last week updated the plugin to version 18.104.22.168 and since then there are the maps on the website I manage
I notice you have also submitted an issue here:
Please provide a link to your site and more information that I have asked for there.
I have use this plugins in one off my web and is nice
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