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    I have a problem with Googlemaps. I tried several themes but there´s always the same problem with the control buttons on the map. They are kind of hidden. When you know where they are you can use them but they are not showing up. I´ve also deactivated all the other plugins i´m using to find out if one of them causes the problem but nothing happened. Maybe there is a bug you don´t know about? Or i´ve tried all the wrong templates? Hope you can help fixing that problem or tell me what themes (the theme i want to use in the end is itheme2) work proper with your plugin.



    Thanks for reaching out with this question. The short answer is that the issue is not caused by BePro Listings. It is caused by your theme’s css style

    BePro listings is feature packed with lots of third party integration. Its difficult to guarantee that the features will look the same on everyone’s website. Part of that reason is because of css.

    Your theme carries custom css and the third party features like google maps, have their own css. So in many cases, conflicts between these styles is construed as the plugin being at fault. However, a switch to any of the free basic themes (packaged with wordpress), will quickly demonstrate that there is more to the story. We really appreciate when customers like yourself give us the opportunity to bring light to these issues.

    Specifically, your issue is related to the use of the css style “max-width” being applied to images on your theme. In fact, you should google the term “google maps max-width”. This style is very popular in bootstrap themes and the issue is also well documented. That’s why we always recommend that any investment in BePro Listings starting with a $1 wordpress theme. At the very least, you can always visit them to see if a particular issue you are experiencing, shows up on those sites too.

    Hope this helps

    BePro Software Team


    Thank you. Problem solved. Great plugin, great support. 🙂


    In case anyone else has this issue, I just discovered a fix. Add this to your Appearance > Editor:

    #shortcode_map img {max-width: none!important;}
    #page_details_map img {max-width: none!important;}

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