Store Locator for Magento 2 | v1.2.1
Sell products offline and want to help shoppers easily find your physical store locations? With the Magento 2 Store Locator extension you'll be able to display all necessary locations on the map and navigate customers to the nearest ones, thus providing them with ultimate shopping experience and boosting your sales.
Exploit the module's functionality to the full: create an unlimited number of store locations, customize google mark templates, equip each location with a custom image, detect customers' geolocation and automatically display the closest stores.
Navigate customers to offline stores
Show the nearest offline stores
Let customers find the nearest physical store in a couple of clicks. All they need to do is to open theMagento 2 store locator page, click the 'Locate nearby' button and see the list of locations sorted by geoposition. All the locations will be also displayed on the map.
Enable customers to set the search radius
To make the search process maximally convenient you can allow store visitors to specify the search radius and distance units (either kilometers or miles) and get the results tailored to their specific needs.
Manage store locations display
Create multiple store locations
The Magento 2 store finder enables you to create and display an unlimited number of store locations. Just specify a few settings and a store location will be automatically added to the map.
For each store location you can specify:
Preview locations on the backend map
Due to the 'Preview' option you can check locations right on your backend map before making them visible on the locator page.
Specify geographical coordinates
To correctly display store locations on the Magento 2 google map you need to specify the longitude and latitude for each store location. The module also allows you to determine the coordinates automatically with the 'Auto Fill' option.
Assign products to specific store locations
Use flexible condition settings to assign particular products to specific store locations. Once a product is assigned, the link to the corresponding store location will be automatically added to the product's page.
Use map clustering for neighbored stores
The automatic map clustering option unites neighbored stores in 'clusters' and highlights them with different colors. The option is extremely useful for merchants who run numerous stores and don't want to visually overload the map.
Advanced tag functionality for a proper store filtering
There is an attributes' functionality to provide additional store information such as parking availability, payment methods, brands, ATM availability and etc. By these tags, you can filter stores on a store locator page on the frontend. It is convenient if there are many stores available and customers know approximately what they need. For instance, they need some apparel brands or availability of exact payment method. This can save heaps of time when you search for necessary items.
Customize locator page
To fine tune the store locator page display you can:
Fast Geo IP data import
Use advanced geolocation settings
In case you don't want to detect store visitors' location with the 'Browser location' feature, you can download and import a ready-to-use CSV file with GEO IP data. It's also possible to use both options together. This is the best solution for those cases when customers use browsers which don't support geolocation option and don't provide browser location data. And, of course, you can upload your own CSV file with necessary info.
To activate Geo IP feature upload the following files:
You can download the necessary CSV file right here.
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- 100% Open Source — Easy To Customize
- Follows Magento Code Architecture
- Separated HTML/CSS/JS
- W3C Validated Code
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