Our plugin offers the following hooks for you to use:
wordpress_store_locator_before wordpress_store_locator_before_main wordpress_store_locator_after_main wordpress_store_locator_after wordpress_store_locator_sidebar wordpress_store_locator_after_sidebar wordpress_store_locator_before_search_box wordpress_store_locator_before_active_filters wordpress_store_locator_after_active_filters wordpress_store_locator_before_address_field wordpress_store_locator_after_address_field wordpress_store_locator_after_search_box wordpress_store_locator_before_filters wordpress_store_locator_after_filters
11 thoughts on “Store Locator Filter Actions”
Hi, how can you change the position of the button “Find in Stores”? I would like to put the button under the store category filter. I have seen that there is a function “get_search_box”. But how can I access the function or even overwrite it? The hook would be “wordpress_store_locator_before_search_box”.
Yes correct hook.
I wanted to add a custom field and display it on the store search results, How can I achieve this without modifying the plugin file?
Custom fields are natively support by our store locator plugin. See data to show.
Yes, but these are predefined fields, isn’t possible to add our own custom fields?
Yes, but these are predefined fields, isn’t possible to add our own custom field?
Yes, but these are predefined fields, isn’t possible to add our own custom fields there?
I see data to show tab, but there are only predefined fields, is it possible to create our own custom fields and show them on the frontend?
They are predefined, I wish there could be a possibility to create custom fields and show them on the frontend by the help of hook, The plugin is pretty good but missing that basic need.
There is no way to display the custom fields created on the frontend?! I created an extra field and would like to show it on the single store page. This isnt possible yet?
Sure there is – please submit a ticket on our website and we show you how.