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[Resolved] Search results not present on the map starting from page 2

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Last updated by matthiasV-2 5 months, 2 weeks ago.

Assigned support staff: Nigel.



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Sure. You just need to edit the Map block on those pages and delete the existing marker from the block settings, and note the map ID.

Then add a Fields and Text block somewhere inside the View Loop block (it doesn't matter where).

This is where you'll add the wpv-map-marker shortcode. I suggest you switch to the HTML tab, and then use the Fields and Views button (the icon, as shown in the screenshot), and you'll then be able to insert the marker shortcode, choosing the settings as required.

It should already populate the map-id with the id you noted from the Map block, and it is not a bad idea to change the marker id to a dynamic value, e.g. marker-[wpv-post-id]. Set the marker source to the relevant custom field, and update any other settings where relevant.


Can you send a video screen recording about this to for future reference because it is not clear how to do it exactly. Thanks.



Languages: English (English ) Spanish (Español )

Timezone: Europe/London (GMT+01:00)

I recorded a video which you can see at the following link which shows

- removing the marker from the existing map block
- inserting a Fields and Text block in the loop section of the View block
- switching to the HTML tab and clicking the Fields and View icon
- choosing marker to insert the wpv-map-marker shortcode after confirming the map id and updating the marker id

After updating the page I then check it works on the front end.


My issue is resolved now. Thank you Nigel!