Hi I bought your plugin on codecanyon, I followed your tutorial on how to synch the advanced custom field fields using the “name” on the field on the settings tab.
I also added the code on my function.php page but still the map doesn’t work.
Using a post meta inspector I could see that the latitude and longitude are recorder as post meta info so why doesn’t your plugin display the pointer location on the main map?
I attached a screenshot of the map and some from the settings, to show you the maps’s configuration and the page with the right shortcode.
Please get in contact for admin credentials.
I really need this map to work 🙂

Hello Laura,
Have you created the location on ACF map, you can create ACF map on Wordpress Posts/Custom Posts etc. I think you have not created a location on ACF map that's why marker is not shown on your map. Please follow the step 8 in this guide tutorial https://wpgmp.flippercode.com/docs/how-to-assign-location-using-acf-plugin/, you can see here Post is created where ACF map is displayed, you have to insert the location here which you want to display on the map.

Please try this and let me know if you face any issue.

I have created the location using a front end editing page connected with the ACF fields, correctly configured following your how to as shown in my screenshot, what you are saying is that I can configure your map ONLY FROM THE ADMIN AREA and not from a front end editing form connected with acf, that's not what I wanted nor what I supposed from you item description on codecanyon.
Google maps plugin is compatible with ACF Frontend Editor WordPress plugin. I think you are not gone through the Documentation of the ACF Frontend Editor on this link https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/create-a-front-end-form/ Where you have to insert the funtion in your single.php theme file. Please insert the functions as explained in the tutorial and your issue will be resolved.

Please try this and let me know.


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