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

  1. Nico Lehmann says:

    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”.

  2. Owais says:

    HI,
    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?

  3. Owais says:

    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?

  4. Owais says:

    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.

  5. Luis says:

    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?

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