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Is there a store locator for the Squarespace platform?

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There is nothing on the shelf that would add that functionality, but with the Developer Platform, you could certainly create something pretty decent with the tools available right now.


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Patrick and Timothy at squarespace set me up with the below locator map of stores or dealers. Paste in your Excel sheet of addresses/names here:http://batchgeo.com/features/store-locator/

It will verify the addresses and give you embed code to just paste into a code block on any squarespace page. The embed code did not work at first, but Timothy modified it to work great:alt textWhere you replace all of the xxxxxxxx above with the long random number that batchgeo gives you.

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An awesome solution to this is using donde.io. They can easily integrate with your site and it works on mobile. I've seen a couple sites - here, that use Dónde and it's the best solution I've seen, until Squarespace makes this integrated in.

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Take a look at Prolo - http://prolofinder.com. It is really easy to use and can be added to any page on your Squarespace site. After adding stores/retailers on Prolo, add a 'code' block to your page and just paste in the Prolo html. Once you publish, the finder will appear on your page.

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I found a handy store locator at http://superstorefinder.net where you can manage and import stores from CSV and finally publish the store locator at your website.

It has geo location, Google Street View and directions built in. It’s pretty handy if you want to get customers to your shops the convenient way.

super store finder embed to website

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http://knackhq.com is a far better solution and can be styled via CSS.


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There's also Zen Locator which is newer and works through an embed (you embed it thru a code block on your "find us" page). Store management is done thru the dashboard.

store locator service

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I've tried Super Store Finder, it has many themes to choose from and can be styled to suit your website. I just imported a CSV with over 1200 stores and it geolocated them perfectly into the database.

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We evaluated a number of the alternative locators available for Squarespace and each has their pros and cons. In the end, after reviewing a number of commercial services we settled on Store Locator Pro / http://www.storelocatorwidgets.com mostly due to the excellent customer support they provided.

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Has anyone figured out how to add a store locator with Custom CSS or Javascript without a third party platform or going in to developer mode?

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