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[Resolved]Frontend Publishing Pro – codecanyon

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This topic contains 3 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Eyal Fitoussi 4 years, 6 months ago.

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  • #32923

    Kyle Harris
    Participant

    bought this little plugin from codecanyon and its going down a treat but im having trouble linking it up with geomywp, the front end plugin has an input for meta keys so im just curious what are the meta keys for GMW location box back end and the content within

    Any help would be greatly appreciated

    #32926

    Eyal Fitoussi
    Keymaster

    Hello Kyle,
    GEO my WP holds its location information in custom table in database rather than in custom fields.
    However, there is a function that you can use which geocode the address pass to the function and saves in in GEO my WP database table.

    Take a look at this post and use it as a reference. You will need to make the necessary adjustments so it will work with the plugin that you are using.

    #32925

    Kyle Harris
    Participant

    Hi Eyal, ive been talking to the developer of the plugin and hes trying his best to help me i sent him the link and he modified it for me but it didnt work so he has taken a look backend for me and just messaged me this back

    Hi. I just logged into your site and ran some tests. As I suspected the function gmw_pt_update_location is not available to the code I pasted in your child theme. The rest of the code is working as expected. You should contact the support staff of GeoMyWP and ask them where the function gmw_pt_update_location is located and if it is no longer available, is there a substitute.

    Any ideas?

    #32924

    Eyal Fitoussi
    Keymaster

    Hey Kyle,
    The function gmw_pt_update_location() still exists in the same location. If you look in the script I provided above the required file is being included.

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