> First, please use your own icon for the map.

Of course I will.  I just haven't gotten around to it yet but it's on  
my list of things to do.  I just kept yours in there to remind me how  
to call for it.

> If you haven't yet tried hacking out a tag, try it. It's relatively  
> simple, and you can use the existing code as a guideline.

Alright, I'll give it a try.  Thank you for your help.


Steven




On Dec 11, 2009, at 1:02 PM, Jim Gay wrote:

> First, please use your own icon for the map.
>
> I have not used the page_path for locations yet but I would imagine  
> that a tag such as <r:page_location> or just <r:location> which  
> would find a location with the current page's url as the page_path,  
> would be helpful and would give you what you need.
>
> If you haven't yet tried hacking out a tag, try it. It's relatively  
> simple, and you can use the existing code as a guideline.
>
> On Dec 11, 2009, at 1:21 PM, Steven Southard wrote:
>
>> Locations has still got me a little perplexed.  It's a cool extension
>> I just can't get my head wrapped around how to fully use it. I'd like
>> to show a location of a venue and so far I have this:
>>
>> http://pastie.org/739264
>>
>> which shows the first location on the list if the page type is set to
>> "location finder".  I'd like to use a snippet like this on all venue
>> pages and show a map of the location maybe by having the location's
>> page path equal to this page. I also thought something comparing the
>> name of this page against the names of the locations might work. Is
>> there a set way to go about this?
>>
>> Steven
>>
>> On Dec 10, 2009, at 10:49 PM, Jim Gay wrote:
>>
>>> Have you tried the pastie that I listed in your previous thread? It
>>> includes code to pull from the Google Maps API without any API key
>>> necessary. It assumes jQuery, but you could easily change it to any
>>> other library or none at all.
>>> http://pastie.org/734017
>>>
>>> <r:locations:each> is available on every page.
>>>
>>> On Dec 10, 2009, at 11:39 PM, Steven Southard wrote:
>>>
>>>> That's great news.  Yes, I am using your fork, thank you for making
>>>> it.  I looked around a little and I'm not sure how to make  
>>>> locations
>>>> available to all page types.  Right now if I don't have "location
>>>> finder" selected I don't get a map. I want to use "event archive"  
>>>> as
>>>> my page type.
>>>>
>>>> Steven
>>>>
>>>> On Dec 10, 2009, at 8:29 PM, Jim Gay wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Are you using my fork of the location extension? Because you can  
>>>>> do
>>>>> exactly that.
>>>>>
>>>>> http://github.com/saturnflyer/radiant-location-extension/
>>>>>
>>>>> On Dec 10, 2009, at 6:38 PM, Steven Southard wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> I'd really like to have a map and a list of events on the same
>>>>>> page.
>>>>>> I initially had the page as event archive showing it's children  
>>>>>> as
>>>>>> events but I also wanted to add a map using locations.  I'd  
>>>>>> really
>>>>>> like to use more than one page type.  This use to happen to me  
>>>>>> with
>>>>>> mailer then an awesome thing happened and you no longer needed to
>>>>>> choose mailer for page type.  Is there a way to make locations
>>>>>> available on all pages?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Steven
>>>>>> http://www.stevensouthard.com
>>>>>
>>>>> Jim Gay
>>>>> http://www.saturnflyer.com
>
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