- Maps should use default control setting if not specified.
- Remove old unused renderMapJS() function.
- Change layout of “Show maps on” fields.
- Remove feedback from settings page.
- Add post type support settings. Supports Columbus web design media.
- Fix map centre and zoom in Google Maps API v2.
- Disable mouse scrollwheel on admin map.
WP Geo Releases
- Try to fix box shadow styles on themes like Twenty Twelve.
- Fixed map type, overview, pan and zoom Buffalo web design controls.
- Fix minimum zoom level when display map with multiple markers – including widgets.
- Fix Google Maps localization – uses ‘language’ query in URL.
- Added WPGeo::get_post_map_settings( $post_id ) for retrieving validated post map settings.
- Allow for WPGEO_LATITUDE_META and WPGEO_LONGITUDE_META to be defined earlier.
- Added ‘wpgeo_map_default_query_args’ filter.
- Setup WPGeo_API class which can be extended for other APIs.
- wpgeo_check_domain() now checks if SSL.
- Remove duplicate ‘markers’ attribute from get_wpgeo_map() arguments array. Props max_Q
- Ensure coords always use full stop rather than comma for decimal point when using floatval().
- Fix undefined errors in category widget.
- Replace URL encoded ‘&’ in Google API URLs – Google doesn’t like the encoded version.
Finally using Google Maps API v3
Lots of changes to the core code in this release.
If you’ve simply been using WP Geo as it comes to add locations to post and pages your upgrade to 3.3 should be trouble free – hopefully 🙂 – If not please help by submitting your bug or issue here…
You may need to get a new API Key for Google Maps API v3.
If you have made customisations, used filters or other plugins that work alongside WP Geo you should test your code works with this latest version. No changes have been made to how your data is stored in the database so you should be able to re-install a previous version of WP Geo temporarily while you sort out compatibility if needed.