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  • #17938
    comperf
    Participant

      Hi Chris,

      did u check request method made by LeafLet.js to display tiles ?
      From 2/3 sec, u have now 10 sec when it’s fast, in real it’s 12/13 sec… is there anyway to make it more fast ? Because it’s clearly not usable in business version. SEO is dead with a load time delay like this.

      Anyway keep it up, still nice works with last update.

      Cheers

      #17939
      Chris
      Keymaster

        Hi,

        I’m not seeing that. My OpenStreetMap test pages are loading in < 1 sec - but it does seem to vary based on time of day. I don't have any control over the speed at which OSM serves tiles, unless you had some suggestion? If you're still seeing slow performance, you could try Google Maps or Leaflet with Mapbox tiles (in which case you won't be using OSM).

        #17940
        comperf
        Participant

          Ok thx for answer….

          How to use Leaflet with Mapbox tiles
          Because it seems Mapbox can make some good things and manage a way to customize a little map design.

          Cheers

          #17941
          Chris
          Keymaster

            Just enter the Mapbox access token in the MapPress settings to use Mapbox. There are some details in the documentation.

            #17944
            comperf
            Participant

              Hello,

              back again with another question :

              @ very beginning i ask u a way to manager API key for WordPress MU, u give me a tips using wp-config like :

              /* MAPPRESS API KEY */
              define(‘MAPPRESS_APIKEY’, ‘Google_API_KEY’);
              define(‘MAPPRESS_APIKEY_SERVER’, ”);

              It work like a charm, then my new question is, can we do the same with MAPBOX ?

              IN same time, i play a little with ur suggestion and it work like a charm, i make a standard and neutral skin for map, it looks much better :

              MAPBOx Neutral flat skin

              Cheers

              #17946
              Chris
              Keymaster

                Hi,

                Sorry, but no, there’s no define available for the Mapbox token yet. I’ll look into adding it for a future version.

                #17947
                Chris
                Keymaster

                  Hi,

                  I’ve added a define for the Mapbox token. You can do it like this:
                  DEFINE(‘MAPPRESS_APIKEY_MAPBOX’, ‘yourtokenhere’);

                  If you’d like to help test this, please use the contact form to contact me. Otherwise, it’ll be available in the next release.

                  #17942
                  comperf
                  Participant

                    Thx i will check.

                    Cheers

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