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That’s a shame and frankly illogical, as geodata is incorporated in all [in particular phone] images and automatically geolocates Instagram, Facebook, Viewbug, 500px, etc..
If I produce that would you incorporate it in previous versions so I don’t have to merge functionality with each and every update of the plugin?
I found how to disable the plugin CSS, not how to avoid changing it every time I upgrade:
“Turn off CSS
Prevents loading of the mappress.css stylesheet. If you select this option you must copy all map styling to your own theme stylesheet, ‘styles.css’.”
The suggested workaround just forwards the problem to the theme, and is reset every time I upgrade the theme.
Best would be if this was left with default margin setting (why do we need the map indented by default?).
Second best would be if it was made available as options in the plugin’s settings panel.
OK, that complicates things, as firstly I have to manually edit this every time I update plugin. Which is really not viable in the long run.
Second – changing from the default 5px to 0px in order to display correctly aligned with post’s content as it did in pre-upgrade version (2.38x), also sets bottom margin to zero and thus makes my icons on the following line display without any air between the map and the icons.
I only want to change the left margin, not left and bottom.
To understand your implementation of the indentation of the map – why do we need the map to be indented compared to the rest of the post’s content?