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[Resolved] adding a marker to a map

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Last updated by martinP-13 3 years, 9 months ago.

Assisted by: Jamal.

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#1714817

Jamal
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I can't say, maybe Trial locations are the venues! Check this screenshot hidden link

If that's the case, you can follow my example in this reply https://toolset.com/forums/topic/adding-a-marker-to-a-map/page/2/#post-1701227

The view loop has to contain the marker shortcodes. And the view needs to be used like

[wpv-view name="organizer-events-venues" ids="[your-shortcode-that-returns-venues-ids]"]

Please let me know if the example that I have shared in here is not clear to follow:
https://toolset.com/forums/topic/adding-a-marker-to-a-map/page/2/#post-1701227

#1714851

trial locations are VENUES relabeled jamal. at the moment im just trying to get the correct veue_id retuned , ill worry about the map later .

the last function is not queeying the current organizer id , if that function can do that i think il be allset

thankyou very mcuh
martin

#1715043

Jamal
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I am sorry Martin, but I am not qualified nor allowed to produce custom code that is related to another plugin. Please, seek help from the plugins authors or from a general support forum such as StackOverflow or wordpress.org support forum from the plugin's authors.
Once you get a shortcode that returns the IDs of posts separated by comma (,) we'll help you get the map with all the needed markers.

#1715219

thankyou jamal for all your efforts , much appreciated!!
martin

#1715741

Jamal
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Thank you Martin!

All the best.
Jamal

#1718007

hey jamal , i have my shortcode all built and functioning ! -) ...
hidden link the ids for the related venues are shown above the map for reference .

the map is showing the clubs home marker from the template you created i now just need to add the venues returned by the new shortcode

the markers for the map are on this view , (im a little lost how to set this view up though)
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the shortcode is named: [related_venues]

in my single organizer.php i have the following

<?php echo do_shortcode('[wpv-post-body view_template="content-template-to-pull-club-location-data"]');?>
<?php echo do_shortcode('[wpv-view name="show-venue-on-club-map" ids="[related_venues]"]');?>

i feel im missing something here ? ?

thankyou as always jamal its been a long road but there is light at the end of the tunnel and i really do appreciate your assistance!!

kind regards martin

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