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author Bella Rich, December 22nd, 2016

Following closely in Google's tracks with the limitations on geolocation in Chrome version 50, Apple have now dropped support for geolocation from “insecure origins” in the latest Safari builds Again, an insecure origin means any website which does not use an SSL certificate to encrypt the connection between the browser and the web server - i.e. it is loaded using HTTP instead of HTTPS.

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author Bella Rich, December 1st, 2016

By popular request we've made a number of major enhancements to the Activity page. Gone is the simple table of searches per day and in it's place we've included charts which break down the number of location searches conducted in your locator by different timescales.

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author Bella Rich, November 16th, 2016

A quick update to let you know that we've added an additional option that will open Directions inside an external Google Maps window instead of inside our locator.

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author Bella Rich, November 2nd, 2016

There's a couple of ways in which visitors to your store locator might like to filter the list of locations in your locator. Firstly, they might like to see all locations which might one or another filter. For example, they would like to see all locations which sell one product or another. The other way they might like to filter the list of locations shown is if the location matches all filters. For example, show all locations which are both Pet Friendly and have a Cafe.

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author Bella Rich, October 3rd, 2016

We've just introduced an easy way to customize the search distances available inside your store locator so that you can define precisely which search distances your customers can choose from when narrowing down their search for your locations.

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