1. Jack Hughes
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  3. Wednesday, 22 May 2019
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Greetings,

I am researching your Hotspot Pro extension to use as a replacement for DM Maps for K2 which I use on some tourism websites. DM Maps for K2 is no longer active and is not compatible with PHP7.

At this point I am not so interested in using category maps for content discovery. That may come down the road.

My main concern is that I can automatically geocode (from address) 1000 preexisting k2 items and have your map display in each k2 item. Another concern is that my address data stored in multiple k2 extrafields. I break up the address for each k2 item into 4 extrafields. One website I have over 1000 preexisting k2 items that I need to geocode. I obviously have to automate this process in some way.

example: https://www.visitnorthwestillinois.com/what-to-do/history-and-heritage/fulton-windmill-cultural-center.html

I would appreciate any insight on how appropriate Hotspots is for my situation.

Thanks
Jack


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