You can find main uStoreLocator configuration in
Stores > Configuration, under the General section.
Bellow is brief explanation of available options.
here you can change default map location from ustorelocator/location/map to whatever you want. For example 'locations.html'
API key provided by google, it is required to use one. It allows to track visits and other stats from your google console.
A string that will be used as page title
here you can provide a list of numbers separated by comma that will be presented to the user as a dropdown list of search radius's to choose from.
Attempt to use current user's location as center of a search.
if set to 'No', map will not display
if set to 'Yes' custom icons used will be scaled proportionally to default Google icons size.
enable to use geo location address to show to user.
A dropdown list with all available locations to choose from. Location selected here will be scrolled to after map is loaded.
minimum allowed zoom for map after map location is moved or its projection resized, useful when user clicks on location not to be brought too close to the ground. This way location can get better context with surrounding area.
Determines how search results are sorted. It can be either by name (Alphabetically) or by distance from search location
Determines ascending or descending order of sorting setting from above.
if set and matching one of values in Search radius options, that value will be preselected in radius drop down on frontend
show distances in miles or kilometers
if set only stores from that country will be shown on map initially. It does not affect search results.
when there are no coordinates passed to Google, it defaults the map in the middle of the ocean, you can override this location coordinates here.
maximum number of results to show.
here you can upload a csv file with location data for quick import.
If set to 'No', import will add imported to existing records otherwise all records will be deleted and only imported will remain.
quickly export all locations in CSV data format. Best viewed with OpenOffice Calc
CSV delimiter to use for parsing import files
CSV enclosure character
layout template to use on map page, works the same way as it works in CMS pages