Always search everywhere or update the inbound search handler
I am looking for a solution to always search all cities at once (everywhere), even when your user is in a city at the moment.
I select Amsterdam. Now I want to search for places in Dublin without moving out of Amsterdam.
Places in Dublin are showing!
Alternatively a solution for me would to auto locate the user to the city searched for.
There is already a plugin for this(inbound search handler), but it isn’t maintained anymore. If anyone can update this for the latest version of geotheme. This would be oke for me as well.
Since there are more people looking for such solutions on the forums, i decided to make this a group request.
Clone event/multiple event date option
For companies with a lot of similar event listings it is very time consuming having to input the same details into the add event form again and again. (I know we have the Link to Business option, but this doesn’t complete post custom fields and event description etc). We would be happy to pay for an addon which enabled user’s to add an event then ”clone” it as many times as they need, so if they have a lot of dates with the same details throughout they don’t have to submit a complete new form for each one, but simply adjust the date on the clone.
Alternatively, the ability to assign one event to multiple dates.
SEO Indicator – Like smart seo or All in One SEO Pack
Could someone create a plugin that enables SEO for Geotheme where like in SMART SEO from themeforest. allows you to see your keyword density, add keyword title, meta tags, descriptions. and see the score of your SEO
Instagram Happing Now widget
What I need is a widget that each business or event can have on their listing, showing a live stream of Instagram images at their location. This would be good for music event or venue owners, very much like the Foursquare plugin which displays how many people are at that location.
There is a plugin called Instapress. It can Geo-locate images and display them on your blog,
this could be modified to grab the geo-location of the listing or business name whichever would work best.