Releases

Pro v3.0.1 compatibility release for unusual WordPress setups is available

Pro v3.0.1 is a compatibility release, adding a compatibility check and compatibility option for the permalinks feature introduced in v3.0, which can lead to issues on unusual WordPress setups. An update to the latest version is - as always - highly recommended. For more details about... Continue reading


Pro v3.0 supporting leaflet.js v1.0.3, GoogleMutant, Polylang, pretty permalinks & lots more is available

After 3 months of development, 3 beta version and 1 release candidate we are proud to announce the availability of Maps Marker Pro v3.0. An update to the latest version is - as always - highly recommended. For more details about this release please see below.... Continue reading


Pro v3.0-RC1 supporting leaflet.js v1.0.3, GoogleMutant, Polylang, pretty permalinks & lots more is available

v3.0-RC1 includes all changes from v3.0-beta1, v3.0-beta2 and v3.0-beta3 as well as the following bug fixes and changes: automatically switched to Algolia Places as default geocoding provider if Mapzen Search without API key is used (API keys get obligatory by April 2017 - free registration is still recommended)... Continue reading


Pro v3.0-beta3 supporting leaflet.js v1.0.3, GoogleMutant, Polylang, pretty permalinks & lots more is available

v3.0-beta3 includes all changes from v3.0-beta1 and v3.0-beta2 as well as the following bug fixes and changes: missing tile images for GoogleMutant basemaps layer and filter controlboxes were not responsive on iOS devices filter controlbox list always jumping to top on hover missing commas to WebAPI output... Continue reading


Pro v3.0-beta2 supporting leaflet.js v1.0.3, GoogleMutant, Polylang, pretty permalinks & lots more is available

v3.0-beta2 includes all changes from v3.0-beta1 and a fix for a bug that could cause layer maps with popups including shortcodes to break. An update for all beta testers is recommended.  how to update to 3.0-beta2 Warning: although we also test beta releases thoroughly, it... Continue reading