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It is also showing wrong location on some jobs (USA instead of UK) on a Map on a single Job page too, so I can’t use this feature at the moment because of this.
Please let me know how to fix this.
Finally figured it out..
Domain Verification changed nothing. Then I have created another “Browser key 2”, as I guess each key only works for 1 website. And it works now, sorted.
I have enabled all Google Map API keys just in case. However, I think the problem might be in Domain Verification. I am still trying to verify it, as it appears it’s not that simple.
Once I will verify that new domain, I am hoping it will fix the thing. Otherwise, I have no idea what else could be wrong, as I did all that from your two links.
I have figured out that something is wrong with Google settings. I have entered Google API key, but I think the problem is elsewhere.
Also, I forgot to mention – all plugins and WordPress itself is up to date.
And what about short code? Maybe there is a way to set up a custom short code, so that search bar on the main page would bring to Search page when clicked on Search button?
For some reason I didn’t receive any emails when you replied.
No, I don’t want to remove the map, I just want it to be at the bottom, where it should be and it used to be before few updates.
I am using the script above, so far all good. I just have two more questions:
1. How can I use it to change the User Location image?
2. Can I make the Icon same on single job map as on all jobs map?
Ok I think I figured it out. Just added gjm_ to all shortcodes which did not have it. Like this:
[jobs gjm_use=”1″ gjm_map=”1″ gjm_jobs_map map_width=”100%” map_height=”350px” gjm_map_type=”roadmap” gjm_group_markers=”normal” gjm_scroll_wheel=”0″ gjm_scroll=”1″ gjm_location_marker=”https://www.blabla.com/blabla.png” show_tags=false per_page=”10″ gjm_radius=”3,7,10,15,20,50,100″ gjm_units=”imperial” gjm_scroll=”1″ gjm_auto_locator=”0″ gjm_locator_button=”1″]
That worked great! Thank you
This is great!
I haven’t tried with categories, but I think it will work.
I just realised what was I doing wrong. I had to watch a little tutorial how to find an ID. As I was naming ID as a job type slug, not a digit, that’s why it didn’t work first. But I have placed a proper ID and it works fine now. I am assuming it will work same way with categories too.
Well, absolutely great work! Thanks again!
It does give different markings, just I am not sure, but not the ones I have assigned to these job types. Maybe because one of them is named “jobs”? Also, in the script there are 3 lines for different markings, when I deleted 3rd, because I have only 2 types, then all markings became the same. Is that maybe because I am using this shortcode (link is just example) location_marker=”https://www.blabla.com/picture.png”?
Also, can I use this script for categories as well, not types? I tried to change ‘job_listing_type’ to ‘job_listing_category’, but I don’t think it worked. I am guessing something else has to be changed 🙂
Yap, that probably was the problem. Just one more thing – how to show not the first distance number of dropdown list, but let’s say 4th. I have a list 3,7,10,15,20,50,100. So that a user would get 15 by default, but could manually change it to 3 or 7 or any other when clicked on dropdown?
Do I also need to do something with CSS as well?
Please check my image attached.
Yap, I understand now. Solved I think it would be very cool if you could put all these missing shortcodes to this page: http://docs.geomywp.com/wp-job-manager-geolocation-shortcodes/ – I think it would help a lot to other people.
Anyway, thank you 🙂
Yap, that did work! Solved. Thanks.
Looking forward to the multiple category markings 🙂