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January 29, 2019 at 6:47 am in reply to: woocommerce products results page – generates trailing garbage of wp-comments ? #58595
Eyal hi – thanks this wp_reset_postdata() has fixed the problem. 🙂
I’ll debug the mixed content issue. I think I saw some other forum posts regarding ‘broken CSS’, users unaware that Browser won’t load CSS’s due to this issue.
While I have you – I saw other customer/s also requested this. Please add to wish-list for ‘WP Users Geo-location’ add-on: The ability for WP-Admin to set User location (not just User). Will help a lot!
thanks – Garry, Los Angeles / תל אביבJanuary 28, 2019 at 9:37 am in reply to: woocommerce products results page – generates trailing garbage of wp-comments ? #58578January 28, 2019 at 9:37 am in reply to: woocommerce products results page – generates trailing garbage of wp-comments ? #58577
Eyal hello again:
I have done further testing.
geomywp Version 126.96.36.199
Problem occurs also on standard WP posts, not only Woocommerce products. I have searched all your support forums. I am the only person to experience this issue? Post comments of last post, trail into the results display — of a posts search form.January 24, 2019 at 8:21 am in reply to: woocommerce products results page – generates trailing garbage of wp-comments ? #58556This reply has been marked as private.
Just found this old thread.
I have successfully combined Wc Vendors And Geomywp
Not too hard to do.
.. try using 90045 (Los Angeles) as your current zip location
I add Geo data to each woo product (post)
To add Geo data to each vendor would require me using BuddyPress.. so I passed on that.
$args[‘orderby’] = ‘name’;
$args[‘order’] = ‘ACSD’;
Strange, in GEO my WP Version 188.8.131.52 – ACSD parameter stopped working, taxonomies drop down appears in descending order instead of ascending order?
thanks , GARRY
Eyal hi – thanks – OK to close topic – will install SSL – annoying, but at least we know the cause of the problem. Explorer and Safari working OK. GARRY
Eyal hi, thanks for this info.
Still cannot obtain current location address from Chrome. (Safari, Explorer OK)
I still suspect related to this Google update:
This change is effective as of Chrome version 50 (12PM PST April 20 2016).
Will try adding an SSL certificate to my site to solve.
Eyal sorry to bug you again on this… geomywp still not being able to obtain my current position.
Had been all working nice in the past.
This is the new warning I see in Chrome, that I had not seen in the past. Is related?
getCurrentPosition() and watchPosition() are deprecated on insecure origins. To use this feature, you should consider switching your application to a secure origin, such as HTTPS. See https://goo.gl/rStTGz for more details.
have attached my chrome console screen image, also URL to my site in private post. Any debugging method suggestions?
— thanks – GARRYThis reply has been marked as private.March 19, 2016 at 9:47 am in reply to: [gmw form="results"] on same page as [gmw form="2"] #51229
Sorry to trouble you again on this, but after much further testing, found a strange behavior.
[User’s current location based results=yes], only works OK when [Enable Page Load features = yes]
i.e. If no data is entered into the form address field, and user clicks submit, The gmw_current_location is ignored, and **ALL** posts are listed in results.
Only Auto-loading results appears to use my gmw_current_location.
So when, for example, I have a form on my homepage and results on a separate page, if user clicks submit without entering an address, my results page is populated with *ALL* posts.
Any suggestions? Prefer not to have to force user to enter address.
Thanks, GARRY, Los Angeles
form/results on same page – form_id_1 – works OK
Enable Page Load features = yes
User’s current location based results=yes
form and results on different pages (homepage–>resultspage) – form_id_2 – lists ALL posts
Enable Page Load features = no
User’s current location based results=yes
[gmw search_results=”2″]February 26, 2016 at 6:54 pm in reply to: [gmw form="results"] on same page as [gmw form="2"] #50882
wow – thanks for quick response…. that was easy — [gmw search_results=”1″] worked fine for me…
regarding Autolocator… yes, I have settings correct and search results *are working OK*, but it’s just that the autolocated address itself is not displayed… this is normal?
I might do some more testing from different browsers, devices, but default autolocated address not showing in form field.
perfect – that worked.
Eyal hi – thanks for the above response.
Regarding the taxonomies order, I tried the code snippet from above.
I am filtering my search results by post attributes that I have created. (screenshot attached)
I tried –> if ( $tax->name != ‘attribute’ )
also… if ( $tax->name != ‘myattributename’ )
…but no luck?
thank you! that worked – resolved!