Create a Search for Store Page

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If you want to create a page without the map and just the search fields like in our Demo you can use the following shortcode:

[wordpress_store_locator_search url="" style="1" show_filter="yes"]

Make sure you replace the URL parameter with your Store Locator URL, where the map + result list is shown.

20 thoughts on “Create a Search for Store Page

  1. Fernando Sandmann says:

    Hi yesterday I have purchased your plugin, I have a small issue with it. I use Avada as my theme in WordPress and I have a page with this content

    Buscador de talleres

    The plugin apear before that the Buscador de talleres

    I have other plugins working without problems like this.

    Can you help me, regards.

    • weLaunch says:

      Hi there,

      go to wordpress store locator plugin settings > advanced. There you need to activate Output Buffering.

  2. Jack Hagedorn says:

    Hello – I have 2 questions:

    1. Is there a way to update the Lat & Lon of each store without manually going in and updating their location & country?

    2. How do I upload a JSON file if there are multiple stores for each business?

    Thank you,

  3. Blint says:

    The issue I can’t squash is that if I embed this form, it always asks for location, no matter that my settings have Enable Auto Geolocation unchecked and it does not ask on the page with just the [wordpress_store_locator] shortcode. Is this a bug?

    • WeLaunch says:

      Thanks for the bug report. We have fixed the issue and now the auto geolocation does not execute when disabled in plugin settings.

  4. easyd says:

    How can I change the text in the field. The text right now is Enter your address and I would like to change that.

  5. Omar Wani says:

    I need to show radius field as well in the search. Could you please let us know how can we show the radius field as well.


  6. Emma says:

    Awesome plugin, I just keep getting this error message when I use the search shortcode: “You need a valid store locator URL where this search should redirect to.”

    The shortcode I used is this: [wordpress_store_locator_search url="
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    " style="1" show_filter="no"]

    Thank you

  7. Dj says:

    I tried to add the search for store page.
    1. create a new page
    2. add title
    3. add short code with my url “[wordpress_store_locator_search url="μ—…μ†Œλ‘-μ°»κΈ°" style="1" show_filter="yes"]”
    4. giving me following error ” Updating failed. Error message: The response is not a valid JSON response.”

    what am I doing wrong? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

  8. subham shrestha says:

    i dont want to show map but filters like postal code and radius only and all the stores below the filter sections by default. is there any shortcode like that?

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