Users of our self-managed WordPress plugins will need to download the latest Store Locator Plus® release from our website. Normally this would be available directly from the WordPress plugin directory, however the WordPress plugin team has yet to approve our latest updates. Until they approve the updates and re-enable free downloads, the only option for WordPress plugin users to get the latest release is to purchase the base plugin from our WordPress store.
Tired of waiting for the WordPress plugin team to re-activate the plugin and provide quick-and-easy automated updates? Switch over to the Store Locator Plus® SaaS release and you never have to deal with updating your locator plugin stack again. We handle all those details for you. Prices start as low as $5/month.
Store Locator Plus® was updated today with a number of improvements over the 5.2 release. Users will find that the Locations management screen is much faster when the screen options sets pagination length to more than 100 records. The update also ensures that those users that set their location list to more than 512 locations can still use the Export options available in the Professional and Enterprise level of service, or that have the Power add on installed if using the WordPress plugins.
SaaS Performance Boost
While the 5.3 release of Store Locator Plus® includes a number of performance enhancements across-the-board, our SaaS service has received some additional updates that allow us to process location and map requests a little faster. This is thanks to working with a controlled software stack where we know the exact version of WordPress, PHP, and all the libraries involved to squeeze as much performance as possible from the code.
Users should notice faster response when loading the map on a page, especially on sites with more than a few dozen locations being displayed.
Store Locator Plus for WordPress users should skip version 4.9.11 of the base plugin (Store Locator Plus) update. Installing that release will reset some settings for the plugin including the layout settings for users that have the Experience add on.
The problem has been located and is patched in the 4.9.12 release that was published moments ago.
If you updated to 4.9.11 you will need to restore your SLP settings from a backup of the site made prior to the SLP 4.9.11 update.
Selective Restore of Settings
Experienced users can restore the following two entries from the wp_options table from a prior backup of the site if you do not wish to do a full site restore:
option_names: csl-slplus-options and csl-slplus-options_nojs
If you are not sure how to restore select options from the wp_options table your best alternative is a standard full site restore.
No locations are lost/changed during this process. They are stored in a separate location.
For Users With No Custom Layouts
If you updated to 4.9.11 of Store Locator Plus but are not using the Experience add on you may be able to update to SLP 4.9.12 and restore standard styling by doing to Settings > View > Gallery Styles and selecting one of our default styles for your site. If you were using the Default style select Default With Font Tweaks , activate it, then select Default to re-load the layout controls from our servers.
MySLP Managed Service
Most users were not impacted by this bug. The select few users there were impacted by the 18.0320 update last week have had their prior settings restored.
If you are using MySLP and think your settings were changed and your account was not reset, please let us know within 30 days so we can manually recover your prior settings.