For more details see the Store Locator extension page.
Help customers to find the nearest offline store location to purchase your products. Display all stores on the handy map using Google Maps technology and provide valuable additional information.
To configure general extension settings please go to System → Configuration → Amasty Extensions → Store Locator and expand the Main Settings section.
Enabled — enable or disable the module;
Distance Units — specify the distance units in kilometers, miles or let customers choose the units;
Responsive Template — enable or disable the usage of the responsive template;
Page Title — specify the Store Locator page title that will be displayed above the store locations list;
Google Mark Template — specify the template for the Google mark that will be displayed for each store location on the map;
Frontend URL — specify the part of the URL for the store locator page or use the default one;
Frontend product URL text — specify the text for URLs that will be displayed on product pages. The links will redirect customers to the map with offline stores that sell corresponding products;
Open frontend URL on new page — enable this option to open the store locator page on the new tab or page;
Google API Key — fill in the Google API key. You can learn more about this key here;
Show Additional Attributes — enable this option to display extra attributes like phone number and email on the store list.
Enable clustering — switch to Yes to enable clusterization of locations on the map.
Countries where addresses are allowed to be shown - specify the countries with the addresses offered by Google autofill function.
Enable distance counting - set to Yes to show the distance between stores and customer’s location.
* the Google API is enabled;
* the Google API Key field is filled in correctly;
* the Places API is enabled. To check it, please, follow this link.
To import the Geo IP Database please expand the Geolocation section.
Use Browser Location — set this option to Yes to use customers’ browser location data.
Use Geo IP — this option allows using Geo IP data for the cases when customer’s browser doesn’t provide location data;
With the extension, you can instantly create or update numerous store locations by gathering all store info and upload it as a .CSV file.
You can follow this step by step guide to learn how to modify the CSV file:
To create a new location or edit already existing ones please go to CMS → Store Locator.
Hit the Add Location button to create a new store location.
Location Name — fill in the store location name;
Store View — define the store views for which you want to display this store location.
Specify the country, the state/province and the city.
Description - fill in the information you want your customers to know about the store.
Status — enable or disable this location;
Position — define the location's position in the list;
Location Photo — add location photo by choosing the appropriate photo or image on your computer.
Next, switch to the Location on Map tab and specify the latitude and longitude manually or hit the Auto fill button to detect coordinates based on the address specified above.
Also, you can upload custom marker that will be displayed on the map.
Then, switch to the Available Products tab. In case some offline stores sell only specific products you can assign these products to store location.
Choose the Selected Products option from the Products Available in Store dropdown to assign specific items to a particular offline store.
Switch to the Available Categories tab where you can assign a category to a particular store view. It means that this online store sells only products from this category.
Choose the Selected Categories option from the Products from Selected Categories dropdown to assign specific categories to a particular offline store.
Store locations are added to the locations list and displayed on the map. Customers can specify the exact location to search the nearby stores and see the distance to them by clicking the Locate Nearby button. Also, it’s possible to specify exact radius if needed. You can enable customers to select search radius measurement (see this section for details).
On the map you can display any additional info for each store. Store locations are added to the locations list and displayed on the map. Single stores are marked with a Google mark while the areas with multiple stores are shown in the clusters.
The above link automatically appears on product pages when you assign products to particular store locations. After clicking the link, a customer will be redirected to the page with the offline stores that sell this product.