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  • #12888
    tclark
    Participant

    Hi Chris,
    All has been working well, until I updated lots of posts now I am getting an error with ajax,`AJAX ERROR
    Status=error
    Error=Internal Server Error
    ResponseText=`

    This is what I am using for the mash up [mashup center="51.526417,-0.078275" query="placecategory&post_type=place" width="90%" height="400" adaptive="true" zoom="10"]

    I have not changed this since testing it.
    This is my test page Here

    Any Ideas

    Tim

    #12893
    tclark
    Participant

    Hi Chris,

    Server memory increase solved the Ajax error.

    1300 Items on a map is slow, is there any advice on performance or cache..

    Tim

    #12894
    Chris
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    I do have it on my development list to reduce the memory usage of the plugin, but for now you will need to limit the number of locations displayed.

    Try using posts_per_page to restrict them, for example posts_per_page=500.

    #13134

    Hi Chris,

    I am using MapPress on shared hosting at the moment and have run into the same problem with >50 posts being displayed. If I were to move the site to its own server, what memory would I need to specify or is there something I could get the current host to do with php.ini?

    Vincent

    #13135
    Chris
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    You can definitely increase memory.

    The wp-config settings are here:
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Editing_wp-config.php#Increasing_memory_allocated_to_PHP

    The php.ini setting is usually “memory_limit”, for example:
    memory_limit = 64M

    #13188
    vinskiy
    Participant

    I’ve tried demo MapPress and have just downloaded and set up MapPress Version:2.40.6 PRO on my blog WordPress 3.6 RU_ru
    Trying to create a new map but it’s always leads to error:

    I read the mannuals. Where am I wrong?

    #13190
    Chris
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    Usually, AJAX Errors are caused by other plugins or the theme, not by MapPress.

    Try deactivating your other plugins and switching to the standard 2012 or 2013 theme. There are some other tips in the FAQ:
    http://mappresspro.com/mappress-faq

    If that doesn’t help you can send me a login and I’ll trace it for you.

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