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  • in reply to: CSS issues with map #45530
    m1k3kdot
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    [quote=45490]Hi Mike,
    Sorry for missing out your last reply.

    have you got this working?

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    No, it’s not working. I’ve got two different pieces of code in my custom css and still the border appears.

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    Link in the private.

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    in reply to: CSS issues with map #42180
    m1k3kdot
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    Unfortunately no, it’s not. Using Chrome inspector it’s got an error. Not sure, but it’s strange cause it should work.

    in reply to: CSS issues with map #42037
    m1k3kdot
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    Not sure either, I’ve tried that and still showing the borders.

    in reply to: Geo My WP & Reactor by Apppresser #38673
    m1k3kdot
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    Jake, I am not working on anything like that, but you can try to restrict stuff. the GeoIP plugin allows you to show and hide content based on geo, redirect URLs, etc. You can use it with plugins, etc. I’m trying to capture that data server side and pass it to Geo my WP so they don’t have to click buttons again. WP Engine’s GeoIP sucks on wireless carriers though. Works really well with Wifi however.

    in reply to: Geo My WP & Reactor by Apppresser #38665
    m1k3kdot
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    Well, it’s still a work in progress, Jake, but you can leave some comments here and we can try to work on it together. What are you trying to do?

    in reply to: Geo My WP & Reactor by Apppresser #38593
    m1k3kdot
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    I’ll keep digging as to why. This would be great if it worked flawlessly. I have no idea what that F referenced in the error is coming from. There’s no F in your code but perhaps it’s in the javascript files themselves.

    I did stumble on an CSS issue after I upgraded. In the assets folder this line, is missing something after width:

    in reply to: Integrate with WP Engine GeoIP? #38578
    m1k3kdot
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    AWESOME! This is wonderful! Now if WP Engine and those devs would be able to get a more accurate address from the cell towers, it would be awesome! I love this! This is great, thanks Eyal!

    in reply to: Integrate with WP Engine GeoIP? #38480
    m1k3kdot
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    That makes sense but it’s hard to tell if it works or not because the data from mobile while NOT using wifi, shows crazy data. In my last test, it’s showing Cali but the geo pin is showing NJ.

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    in reply to: Geo My WP & Reactor by Apppresser #38319
    m1k3kdot
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    Any update on this? Would love to get this working? Do you think I should update to the beta version now? if so, will that impact the jquery code?

    in reply to: Integrate with WP Engine GeoIP? #38293
    m1k3kdot
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    Thanks, Eyal, but if I’m not using Users or any of the buddypress addons, will this work for the default address? As a not developer, this functionality is ideal especially if you are trying to take advantage of WP Engine’s caching.

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    in reply to: Integrate with WP Engine GeoIP? #38201
    m1k3kdot
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    Hey Eyal, I was at WordCamp Philly today and after talking to some dev’s they said there should be an easy way to do this where on page load when the map’s autolocator feature starts to work, it should be able to populate, using some hooks, your cookies {gmw_street, gmw_city, gmw_state, gmw_zipcode, gmw_address, gmw_lat, gmw_lng}.

    It’s basically what they mention here, I think. Again, I’m not a developer so I could be wrong but this feature would be awesome for those of us using WP Engine

    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/populate-other-fields-with-geoip-data?replies=4

    any help is appreciated

    in reply to: Integrate with WP Engine GeoIP? #37824
    m1k3kdot
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    I don’t want to use WP users location. I was hoping that I could take the data captured from GeoIP because it’s server side without any prompts from the user experience and pass it to the current location data that’s captured on my forms. I have that autolocate turned on inside my Global Map. Are those the same variables (<span style=”color: #4b4d4d; font-family: ‘Open Sans’, ‘Helvetica Neue’, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 22px;”>gmw_street, gmw_city, gmw_state, gmw_zipcode, gmw_address, gmw_lat, gmw_lng)</span>

    in reply to: Integrate with WP Engine GeoIP? #37717
    m1k3kdot
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    GeoIP was updated again and works much better however, I’m still trying to figure out how to capture the data from GeoIP and pass it on to the values for the user location with Geo my WP.

    One of the GeoIP dev’s said “<span style=”line-height: 1.5;”>It looks like ‘Geo My WP’ does support hooks to provide default values. You should be able to hook into that extensibility to populate ‘Geo My WP’ with values from GeoIP”</span>

    any ideas on how I can do this or what I can add to pass the functions?

    Here’s their info, http://wpengine.com/2015/05/26/geoip-makes-localizing-content-simple/

    in reply to: Geo My WP & Reactor by Apppresser #37690
    m1k3kdot
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    another update.

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    in reply to: Geo My WP & Reactor by Apppresser #37535
    m1k3kdot
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    actually, it’s acting strange.

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