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1. Go to System -> Configuration -> IWD Extensions -> Store Locator

2. Customize the extension by completing the fields listed below:


1. Not found message:  If a store does not exist or  the data has been entered incorrectly the following message appears.

2.  Hide Radius selection: You can hide the button Radius if needed.

3.  Show Top Link: includes link to Store Locator in your header.

4.  СMS Static Block:

5. Default Path:  You can choose the exact path to your store you need. By default, location of your store locator is yourdomain.com/dealers. Please note that in configuration where default path is, there shouldn’t be any slashes.

6.  Placeholder:  upload the image for placeholder icon.


By default, here is how the Store Locator works:

1. User enters a location.

2. System uses coordinates of that location as a starting point and searches for locations around that point within the specified radius.

  • For example: if you use your current location (Server API key) it is used as a starting point and the system searches for locations within a specified range. 
  • If you specify city or state, then the system identifies location of city/state and will use it as starting point for the search

There is a default radius in the settings (25 km). If you don’t choose radius, the extension will use the default radius.

Note:   Search logic is based on Google maps. According to Google maps, city is most important and preferable variable to use for the best results. In the event city and state coincide (for example Washington city and Washington state) you need to clarify and indicate what are you looking for.


1. To import locations into the Store Locator, please go to SystemIWD ExtensionsStore Locator and click the Import Stores button

2. Prepare an XML or CSV file with the exact column order:

  • title
  • is_active
  • phone
  • country_id (see below for a list of country IDs)
  • region
  • street
  • city
  • postal_code
  • description
  • latitude
  • longitude
  • stores
  • website
  • icon
  • images
  • position
3. To view and download an example file, please click here

4. Once you have formatted your file correctly, please upload the file and click the Check and Import Data button



Google doesn’t provide any free amount of requests anymore. You may learn more in Google Maps API documentation.

Refer to that article as well to learn more about the Google Premium Plan.