I would like to delete the Google Map View in the Search Results page. I know, I have to edit the corresponding file in a child theme. I thought this would be the page-templates/page-property-search-results.php
But it seems, the map is inserted in an other file ...
Can you point me in the right direction? I have installed the Child Theme and tried a lot of the files that have "search" in their names but cant seem to find the right one.
Thanks a lot!
Can you give me a related link? I will hide it for you by CSS code. It's easier.
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Mmh, hiding the map via CSS would be my last option. That is something I could do by myself.
But if possible I would really like to prevent the loading of the map in the first place. Because, even if the map is invisivle, it would lower the page speed and may cause problems with the protection of data privacy (that is an important issue for my client).
It would be ideal if I could override some php file via my child theme. Alternatively, I could also edit the original files (and re-edit them after every update if necessary)
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Thank you very much in advance!
Ok, fine! So you should overwrite this wp-content/plugins/opal-estate/templates/shortcodes/search-properties.php:10 file via child-theme. You just delete map by code, see the screenshot: https://prnt.sc/p50bcl
I deleted for you, but you also should copy it into child-theme.
Thank you very much for your fast help! It worked. I've copied the file into my child theme as well.