Yes. To accomplish this, you will need to add a new custom attribute for that type of product in Lemax. Then, you need to get a video embedding code from some video sharing service such as YouTube, and fill that new attribute with that embedding code. The code will look something like this: <iframe width=”x”[…]
Please check that you have used a destination ID with the attribute, and not country ID or region ID. If you wish to display the search results from a country or a region, use country_id or region_id attributes.
Yes. You need to set up a page with a search results shortcode and a destination-name or destination-id attribute. More information on shortcodes and their attributes can be found here.
In order for the search results to be able to display 3rd party supplier products, you need to have a destination selection in the form of a textbox on the search control, instead of the default 3 drop down lists for country, region and location. You can change this by editing the LemaxAPI.php file. In[…]
Unfortunately, for now, the plugin doesn’t support activities. The inclusion of activities is something we plan on doing in the future.
Yes. The control’s HTML is rendered by plugin’s XSLT files. You need to find the XSLT file that renders the control you wish to modify and reorder the elements inside that XSLT file, just like you would in an HTML file.
Unfortunately no. This works for accommodation and transportation, but due to the specifics of the tours, this is not possible for them.
Yes. The HTML for the controls is rendered by plugin’s XSLT files. You can either include your own CSS files in those XSLT files, or override the CSS for the controls on the website level.
Of course! The plugin is essentially a bunch of predefined API calls needed for the entire booking process. You can of course add your own API calls, or even modify the existing ones. Keep in mind, though, that we do not provide support for custom made modifications when it comes to upgrading of plugin version.[…]
To fix this error, you need to edit the php.ini file on your server. There should be a line ;extension=php_openssl.dll in it, and you just need to delete the “;” character in front of that line, and then restart your server.