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postonoh Purchased

Hello, I need to know if anyone has create custom fields to appear on the submit listing and was able to search by the fields created. If so can you post the code or email it to me postonoh@att.net. I am not speaking about adding a new textbox on the search page, I am speaking of search the new field with in the default text box.

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postonoh Purchased

Your solution does not work.I reverted back to the orginal file and tried the radio button solution and I still can’t search by the button

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postonoh Purchased

Not being able to search with in the search input box for custom fields is a draw back. I working to write the code to allow this to happen when I am finished with this I will add it as a plugin or post just post the code so you can search any custom field without adding as a radio button .

ThemesDepot

The code i provided into the tutorial i wrote for you is to EXTEND the search form.

Instead, what you’re trying to do is modify the way the WordPress search works. The theme’s search form relies on the WP search system, instead you’re trying to completely modify the default search system of WordPress – not of the theme, it is obvious that any code you’ll add will have no effect if you don’t know what you’re doing.

The functionalities of the theme allow you to EXTEND the search form with NEW fields. Which is what all the tutorials available online into my support site, into the documentation and the one i wrote for you, are teaching you to do.

Since you’re looking to completely change the WordPress default search system, you’ll need the help of third party plugins such as this one https://wordpress.org/plugins/relevanssi/ – obviously this isn’t something the theme will do by default.

Keep using your tickets, further messages will be redirected there.

I am really interested in buying your theme, however, it is not very clear in your answers to others WHERE our Google Adsense Ads can be inserted.

You only mention ads can be inserted in a text widget on the sidebar… So, I only see sidebar when I go into a specific listing to read it completely. I can’t see sidebar in a Search Results page, is it possible to have it there?

It would be a huge sales boost if you could only insert some simulated ads to make it easy for us to visualize the possibilities.

Thanks in advance! (y)

ThemesDepot

Hello,

Thanks for your feedback, i’ve added some widgets to the demo so you can see how that would work.

Heres 2 on the search results page http://www.themes.tdp-demo.com/atlas/search-results/?search_query=&tax_listings_categories=&tax_listings_location=&meta_listing_is_featured=&wpas=1

And i’ve added 1 into the single listing page http://www.themes.tdp-demo.com/atlas/listing/perfume-valley-gift-shop/

Regards.

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Thank you very much! You are the man! I’ll buy this theme ASAP!

You’re doing it wrong. There is no reason at all you should load every coordinate from every listing, every time the home page is hit. If you absolutely have to load EVERY listing, then just grab the indexed id’s and geospatial data. Everything else should be done via jax calls to the google maps api.

Also, get the listings data fields out of the meta table and flatten it out. Finally since you’re already using myisam engine in certain places you might as well be using geometry fields instead of lat and long only. These few things will increase the speed of your application 20 times it’s current speed.

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One thing I wanted to point out. If someone has 20 thousand listings and they are all loaded with just id, and location that is a join (where) post_type = listing, and a join on the metaval location field on the post_meta table.

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P.S. The other big bottleneck in your theme is this: function tdp_ajax_scripter() This function is absolutely murdering your load times. I’m not trying to knit pick, I’m just trying to provide helpful feedback from a programmers perspective.

I am going to offload some of this stuff to a cdn and lazy load some of this in the footer. I wish there was a repo I could push some changes to.

ThemesDepot

Hello,

Thanks for your feedbacks. The only map that does the load of all pins on the homepage is the default map. That’s why the ajax map has been introduced several months ago, once enabled, it loads all the pins once and stores them in the cache via transients, avoiding hitting the database for all the listings on every page load. Add a caching plugin and the database wouldn’t even be hit.

Furthermore, i’m not using myisam, not sure where you got this from. WordPress actually specifies no table type in the create statements, so it uses MySQL’s default table engine which is InnoDB from version 5.5 onwards.

While i agree with you that some information for the map should be loaded via ajax, like the info into the marker popups, for a developer like me or you, doing such thing wouldn’t be much of an issue.

However, this is a theme not ad hoc app built with a specific purpose for a specific client. 90% of the people who buy it, if not even more, will customize all the things in it. I constantly receive support requests from buyers who wish to customize for example the markers popup window, many buyers do not have any coding knowledge, imagine explaining to the buyer what ajax is, how it works, and what he/she can do to customize it, they’ll definitely find it difficult. So sometimes i need to put myself into the buyer’s shoes and try to achieve something that can be easily modified by them if they would ever need to.

Anyways, i appreciate your feedbacks, i’m currently working on rebuilding the whole users management side of the theme, once thats done i’ll start working on re-building other parts of the theme.

Regards.

seaveal Purchased

Hi,

Does the theme support gravity forms ?

Best regards

ThemesDepot

Hello,

Yes you shouldn’t have issues in using it :)

Regards.

Hi there. I’ve got a couple of pre-sales questions:

My client has a directory website half completed but the theme he is using doesn’t offer a lot of the functions he needs so I’m investigating the possibility of moving to a new theme/framework for him.

Can you let me know:

1) He plans to bulk import his listings via CSV. Once imported, is there an easy way to quickly assign a specific category to all items?

2) Is it possible for the admin of the site to manually change which package is assigned to a listing? (the theme he is using at the moment doesn’t allow this)

3) Lastly, is it possible to hide certain fields on the listing page template for specific categories. For example, free listings only show the business name and address but a “premium” listing would display all details? (Ideally the content would still be in the database, just hidden for specific packages when the page is output)

Thanks so much for your time! :-) Phil

ThemesDepot

Hello,

1) If you use plugins such as https://wordpress.org/plugins/really-simple-csv-importer/ or WP All Import, you can already assign categories throughout your csv file.

2) A “package” is a membership – the membership is assigned to the user not to the listing. While it’s possible to change the membership assigned to a user – when manually changing the membership from the backend, the “allowance” is the only thing that will not be updated right now.

3) Restrictions to the fields are applied by verifying which membership the user has purchased. So, you can specify in the theme options panel, for example, that the field “website” or the “opening times” fields are visible only to users who purchased a specific membership.

Restricting fields by the selected category is not possible out of the box and would require modifications to the code.

Regards.

philmatthews

Thanks very much :-)

josjee Purchased

Hi, is the theme compatible with WordPress 4.1.2?

Thanks, Jos

ThemesDepot

Hello,

Yes it is.

Regards.

Hello,

Your theme looks awesome and I’m really interested in buying it.

I want to create a directory especially for travel (with listings of travel blogs, travels agencies, hotels, restaurants…), something like this actually : http://www.traveltourismdirectory.info/

I’m actually bothered by the fact your theme seems convenient only for listings of businesses (hotels, restaurants, buildings…), but not for actual websites like blogs… (a guy who is travelling around the world will not be able to indicate his location on the map).

So is it convenient for regular blogs too ? I actually want to create an oldschool directory, such as www.dmoz.org or www.traveltourismdirectory.info, to let people submit their website (travel guide, travel agency, restaurant…) with a link to their website with the anchor of their choice, because that’s what directories have always been about (SEO purpose).

Thank you very much for your reply and I hope I will purchase it !

Best regards

ThemesDepot

Hello,

The demo only shows businesses, but you can set any category type for any purpose for your listings, there’s nothing that would prevent you from doing so.

Regarding blogs, i’m not actually sure what you mean, do you mean you wish users to post “news/blog posts” ?

Regards.

Destywald Purchased

Hello,

I have two questions. :)

1.) Is it possible to put down the slider on the homepage for few pixels? I want to have a few px of white “space” between the head and the slider. Is that possible?

2.) Is it possible to somehow turn off the “grouping” of pins on the google maps? When there are more than two listings side by side on the map, it groups them and show a blue circle with a number (2, 3…). Is it possible to get rid of this blue circles and just show pins?

Thanks :)

ThemesDepot

Hello,

All support is handled on the platform here, that makes it easier to manage support requests and it also includes a knowledge base with answers to common questions.

Please kindly submit your support request on the support platform here , and i can give you directions for your code modifications.

Some quick links

Thank you.

jminnovex Purchased

hey great theme! i just ran into a small issue.

EXAMPLE- http://www.themes.tdp-demo.com/atlas/listings/entertainments/

on the example link above – the map has a few elements underneath the map. HOW DO I ACTIVATE/ENABLE THIS ON MY THEME?

i was reading the documentation but did not see any mention on how to enable this portion. please assist. thanks.

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jminnovex Purchased

AND is there a shortcode for the ajax map? I want to add the listing map within a certain area of a webpage. Somewhere around 400×400

Thanks again.

ThemesDepot

Hello,

If you mean the bar with the sorting options, that only appears when you enable the ajax system. You can do so in Theme Options -> Listings Settings -> General Settings -> Enable Ajax System.

The ajax map only appears on the homepage and taxonomy pages. It doesn’t have a shortcode.

Please kindly submit any further support request on our support system .

Regards.

Hi, your theme looks really good, and I am this close to buying it but I do need to know some more information first

If I wanted to add more search criteria for the search is that possible, for example like a car search, so you are able to search Engine size, Weight, colour, Price range etc? Is this something this theme can do or is there a plugin that allows this to happen that you know?

On each page is it possible to add recommended places etc?

I look forward hearing back from you

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Please ignore as I have made it more specific below Thanks

Hello, I have a pre sale question. I love this theme it looks so fresh and I hope that your able to help me out.

My question is about the search form. I am looking to make this into a site to search for places to go walking and so I would like to have advance search. So a few criteria would be “Best time to go” with a drop down of months – “Type” with a drop down like beach, woods etc

Also would like to have a section box – “other activities” so they can select 1 or more other things to do at this location like swimming,

I saw in the back end of the site you are able to add your own custom fields is it possible to link them with the search bar?

I look forward to hearing back from you and hope you are able to help. Please ignore my question above I have made it more detailed here

Jake

ThemesDepot

Hello,

Thank you for your appreciation.

Yes the custom fields created through the “Advanced Custom Fields” plugin integrated within the theme can be made searchable. For example, you can see on the demo, the search for has an option to look for featured listings only or for all of them. That’s been made by connecting the search field to a custom field for the listings.

You can extend the search form quite easily if you have some coding knowledge, the theme integrates with this search library http://wpadvancedsearch.com/, if you read it’s documentation is very easy to add new fields.

Let me know if you have any other question.

Regards.

Presale question

first of, the theme looks really good! It might be what I’ve been looking for!

I have a couple of questions before buying though:

1. Are the icons for the map and the listing categories changeable? I want to use the theme for something else than listings, and I need to change the icons and pins for the map for some more suitable – http://www.themes.tdp-demo.com/atlas/map-all-listings/

2. Is it possible to change the fields in which the users fill out when the registrer their profile?

Hope you undestand my questions, if not, I will clarify :)

Thank you

ThemesDepot

Hello,

Thank you for your appreciation :).

1) Yes the icons are changeable you can do this through the admin panel for each single category.

2) Yes it’s possible to add new fields. The checkout/profile registration is powered by the Paid Memberships pro plugin (free) and there’s an addon (free) that allows you to add new fields have a look at it here http://www.paidmembershipspro.com/add-ons/plugins-on-github/pmpro-register-helper-add-checkout-and-profile-fields/

Let me know if you have any other question.

Regards.

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