February 14, 2014 at 5:33 am #14254
Love the plugin!
After I installed the latest Pro version (I’m not sure which version I used before), I’v noticed that none of my new posts are being registered and plotted on the maps I use.
Below in one example of a shortcode I use for my sidebar. It pick’s up the posts from category 3 and displays a map with address from a custom field “adresse”.
All old posts still show up fine, but I can’t get my new submissions to register 🙁
I would think I have tried everything in the settings page. no luck
<?php echo do_shortcode(‘[mashup poilist="false" maptypeid="satellite" marker_title="post" width="300" height="200" show="query" show_query="category__in=3"]‘); ?>
I have noticed the the new entries are missing in the database “mydb_mappress_maps”.
Any suggestions?February 14, 2014 at 5:54 am #14255ChrisKeymaster
The first thing to check is that those individual posts have a map. Do you see a map in those posts? If not, try publishing them to generate the map.
If the posts have a map and they are in category 3, they should show in the mashup.
A URL to illustrate an individual post and the mashup would help, or you can send a login using the contact form.February 14, 2014 at 6:46 am #14256
Yep I did test that before I wrote.
I have an individual map for each, and that works – but the mashup will not show them.
An example can be seen here:
big map = the individual map
sidebar = mashup from the category ( http://www.putandtake.info/vestjylland/ )
You can on the category see there are more posts that shown on the map. 3 latest post didn’t register on the mashupFebruary 14, 2014 at 8:06 am #14258ChrisKeymaster
The query on the mashup is showing category 8, not category 3. I assume that’s OK but I mention it because the shortcode you listed above shows category 3.
You can test the query itself (without MapPress) by putting this in a template file like sidebar.php or single.php:
$wpq = new WP_Query("category__in=8&post_type=any&posts_per_page=-1"); print_r($wpq); ?>
If the results look incorrect try deactivating *all* other plugins and switching to a standard theme for a moment – they often interfere with queries.
If that doesn’t help please send a login and I’ll take a look at the site. It’s best if you can replicate the problem on a test site or a copy of the site, rather than using the ‘live’ site.February 14, 2014 at 8:24 am #14259
You are correct the example shown is cat = 8 – I use a variable in my code and just inserted the number 3 for this example.
Thanks, tried the test query and it shows what we would expect = all posts.
I have also just tried to deactivate all plugins + use standard theme. Same result = New posts are not registered in the mashup.
I will make a user for you and hope there is a PM option on this site 🙂February 14, 2014 at 8:26 am #14260
ok, sent you an email 🙂February 14, 2014 at 9:13 am #14261
Thanks a lot for the support Chris – worked like a charm.
And fault was in my end – I had mappress disabled for both posts and pages, but used my own query to insert a map manually on each individual post.
Simple enabeling mappress for posts in the config, will make sure it saves correctly and can be used in the mashup.
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