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September 23, 2016 at 2:32 pm in reply to: Displaying VendorInformation/BuddyPress Profilinformation #43424
WC Vendor data like Store Name is stored in the WP usermeta table.
$store_name = get_user_meta( $user_id, 'pv_shop_name', true );
Or you can get all the user meta at once:
$vendor_meta = get_user_meta( $user_id ); $store_city = $vendor_meta[_wcv_store_city];
I would like that the list of stores only show the stores currently on the map
That is part of the WC Vendors Map Version 1.5 that became available today.
When I click the search button, I would like to be redirect to the store-locator
You need to edit this file or create a copy in your theme and edit that:
Find this line:
<form action="" method="POST" ...
And change the action to whatever you want. For example:
action="<?php echo site_url('/store-locator/'); ?>"
[ thx @fervous ]
Templates are provided that you can copy to your theme and adjust as you wish.
The PhiloPress plugin refund policy is pretty much the same as any other plugin seller. Our policy does not support refunds on the basis you mentioned.
It will allow visitors to search for vendors within the radius of a Location that they can enter. So it is very similar to your Artist Search.
But it will show the results on a Map – not as a grid of found Vendors.
We haven’t tested it with Social MarketPlace – but we have tested with other themes, including SocialOne.July 24, 2016 at 6:43 pm in reply to: New Theme with extended support for WC Vendor Free and WC Vendor PRO #38064
Go to the Pro Dashboard and click “Customer Map”.
‘Customers Map’ will show you the location and # of purchases of each of your customers.
Store Locator will show the locations of all stores and allows filtering.
A searchable Store Locator map plugin, WC Vendors Maps, will be available by the end of July, hopefully on this site. The plugin will add some other interesting features too!