Thursday, 17th June 2010 at 10:08 pm | 14 Comments »

WordPress 3.0 is available to download now…

WP Geo should work fine with WordPress 3.0. If it doesn’t please post details of any problems you are having below.

The next version of WP Geo will support custom post types – out soon, hopefully 🙂

14 Responses to “WP Geo and WordPress 3.0”

  1. Jens says:

    Hello Ben,

    I don´t know it´s my mistake or form wpgeo? I have a problem with the tooltip if I go over the pin. The tooltip is schowing on the button from the website, you can see this on the scrollbar (it´s moving).
    Now I delete wpgeo and installed it new. After the activating WP 3.0 show me this:

    “The plugin generated 450 characters of unexpected output during activation. If you notice “headers already sent” messages, problems with syndication feeds or other issues, try deactivating or removing this plugin.”

    Everting is working great only the tooltip is gone on the button.

  2. Jens says:

    Hi Ben,
    I look at the Error Console on the Firefox and see a lot of problems with your css and the tooltip.js in wpgeo. You can see this in my website.
    Cheers Jens

  3. Jens says:

    Hi Ben,
    I downloaded the development version and now it works great. All tooltpis are there. Thanks for your support!
    Cheers Jens

  4. Nick says:

    Just wanted to say thanks, this is the best google map plugin I have found, most of them are buggy and or require you to get the coordinates yourself

  5. Ivan says:

    hi ben,
    when will wpgeo published for wordpress 3.0?

    Greets Ivan

    • Ben says:

      Hoping to get a release out this weekend while attending WordCamp UK. It will work with 3.0 but custom post types will not be fully supported just yet.

  6. Matt Komo says:

    Hi Ben, not sure if this has been answered somewhere already, but is there a compatibility issue between WP Geo and Buddypress that means that maps (as either widget or template coded items) won’t display other than on the root index page?

    I’m trying to display a Geocontextual map as either a widget or template coded item as part of the activity loop on members/single/home.php.

    Is there any advice you can give as to how his could be achieved? We are in need of an urgent resolution on this and would massively appreciate any help you could offer whatsoever.

    We desperately want to use your plugin as it is by far the best looking and most functional of its sort — maybe we’re missing something in regard to Buddypress, if so apologies, but please illuminate us! 🙂


    • Ben says:

      Is it not showing at all, or just not showing correctly?
      Are you using any other plugins that display Google Maps?

    • Matt Komo says:

      Hi Ben, thanks for coming back to me so quick.

      No, there’s no other plugins are running that use Google Maps other than WP Geo.

      The maps display fine on the root index page as both widget and template-coded items; but on other pages they just seem to disappear. I can’t get a widget or template coded item to appear, specifically a Geocontextual map on the members/single/home.php

      I take it this isn’t a common problem with using the plugin with BuddyPress then?

      Thanks for your time and kind help

    • Ben says:

      Matt, will continue this on the issue you created…

  7. Ben says:

    I’ve had no reports about BuddyPress incompatibilities but that may just be because no-one is trying to use it in the same way as you.

    The contextual map widget only shows locations from posts on the current page – for example on a post archive, category or single post page.

    Could you supply a link to a page which you think should be showing a map as it should make it easier for me to figure out what is going on.

  8. Matt Komo says:

    Hi Ben, just wondering if you had any thoughts about that tech issue we were discussing? 🙂

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