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I’m not able to install the plugin. The upload process was stopped and says that there’s no plugin to install.


Please do not upload the whole zip file that you’ve downloaded on Codecanyon but extract it (codespacing-progress-map-v?.?) and upload the zip file that you’ll find inside named codespacing-progress-map.

How to setup the plugin?


Easy :) After installing the plugin, please go to Query Settings and select the Post Type that you want to use to add your locations in the field Main content type. Change the center point of your map in the field Map Settings => Map center to your favorite coordinates and save your settings.

Can i use the plugin with multiple post types including my Custom Post Types?


Yes. You can use the plugin with multiple post types including your custom post types. To do that, please go to Query Settings and select your main post type in the field Main content type, then select your other post types in the field Secondary post types. Now if you go to the “Add new post” page of one of your selected post types, you’ll find a new form called Progress Map: Add locations that you can use to add the LatLng coordinates of your post (location) on the map.

How to display the map of the Main content type in both the content of my page/post or by putting it directly in your PHP page?


1) To display the map of the main post type in your page/post content, you simply need to put the shortcode [codespacing_progress_map] in the content. It is preferable to use the Text Editor of the content instead of the Visual Editor to avoid any problem of adding a strange character to the shortcode.

2) To display the map of the main post type directly in your PHP page, make use of the following code:

<?php echo do_shortcode("[codespacing_progress_map]"); ?>

How to display the map of a Secondary content type in both the content of my page/post or by putting it directly in your PHP page?


1) To display the map of a secondary post type, you need to use the shortcode attribute post_type. The value of this attribute must be the Post Type Name (lowercase name with no spaces) that you can find between brackets in the field list at Query Settings => Secondary content types.

Example: [codespacing_progress_map post_type=”page”]

It is preferable to use the Text Editor of the content instead of the Visual Editor to avoid any problem of adding a strange character to the shortcode.

2) To display the map of a secondary post type directly in your PHP page, make use of the following code:

<?php echo do_shortcode("[codespacing_progress_map post_type="page"]"); ?>

How to change the center point of the map?


Please go to Map Settings and type your favorite coordinates in the field Map center.

How to change the default style of the map to one of the style provided by the plugin?


Please go to Map Settings and select the option Custom style in the field Initial style. After that, go to Map Style Settings and select the option Progress Map styles in the field Style option. In the next field, Map style, select one of the available styles and save your settings.

How to add and display your own custom map style?


Please go to Map Style Settings and select the option My custom style in the field Style option. In the field Javascript Style Array, copy the JS array of your custom style and save your settings.

To give a name to your style, make use of the field Custom style name to change the default “Custom Style” title.

How can i increase the height of the filter list?


Please go to Troubleshooting & Configs and enter the following code in the field Custom CSS.

div[class^=faceted_search_container] form.faceted_search_form ul{ max-height:300px !important; }

Note: Change 300px to any value you like.

How to activate the faceted search feature?


1) Please go to Marker categories settings and select the option Yes in the field Markers categories option. Then in the next field Taxonomies, select the taxonomy that you want to use in the filter and SAVE your settings.

2) Go to Faceted search settings and select the option Yes in the field Faceted search option. Then in the next field, select the taxonomy terms that you want to use in the filter and SAVE your settings.

What’s the best way to Update the plugin?


To update the plugin, just remove the old version and install the latest version. Don’t worry about your old data, you’ll not lose any of them.

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