Automatically open the current POI when a map is displayed

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  • #12961
    tsubasa
    Participant

      Hi,
      I have some Separate posts.
      Is it possible to automatically open the current POI when a map is displayed?

      Since the first poi is the same in all of the post mashup use at the time, do not open only a specific POI.

      thanks.

      #12972
      Chris
      Keymaster

        Hi,

        I don’t think I understood you question. If it helps: you can open the infowindow for the first POI on a map using the shortcode parameter initialopeninfo=”true”.

        #12976
        tsubasa
        Participant

          Hi

          Thank you reply!

          But I little different from what I want to.
          I’m sorry to the procedures described.

          I want to..

          exsample.
          【post id=1】(Title Washington ) have poi list [Washington,LOS,California]
          【post id=2】(Title LOS ) have poi list [Washington,LOS,California]
          【post id=3】(Title California) have poi list [Washington,LOS,California]

          All post is open Washington because these case all first poi Washinton then [mashup]
          I want to open LOS ,【post id=2】
          I want to open California ,【post id=3】

          thanks

          #12993
          Chris
          Keymaster

            Hi,

            If you want to open a different infowindow initially, you can use a number like 1,2,3 to open the first, second or third post. For example:

            [mappress initialopeninfo="2"]

            should open the 3rd marker.

            #12994
            tsubasa
            Participant

              Hi

              Thank you for answer.
              The trouble, I solved.

              I think that it was good with the plug-ins Mappress.

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