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1.I have installed sobi2 and geosearch I am half way though installed but not sure how to do the rest.
2. I need the goesearch connected to sobi2 or Rsforms 30 mins work max
3. I am looking for a layout like on geosearch
[url removed, login to view] when you see the results should happen in about 15 min

How it will work is a customer will choose a restaurant type then zip code. the results will look like
[url removed, login to view] but without any ecommerce yet.
Then when you click menu you can place and order by filling out a forum not eccommerce is need here it just needs to b sent to the restaurant , Please make a demo form where a person can select the item but also add notes and qty. there should also be a place for a discount code.

4 put in a nice templete with a trolley and the name of site 1 hour
this project should not take more then 5 hours or so I also want to hire someone to imput all the menus as we get them I am offering $100 dollars and $100 more to help customize for 6 hours

Below is t the directions for the geomap I did most of the installs but none of the area for code
Installation and Configuration
Installation:
1. Install the component “com_geosearch” using the normal Joomla! extension installer.
a. Make sure you have the google maps and waysearch settings defined in the View Configuration of Sobi2.
b. Navigate to Components->Geo Search . At the top right of the screen you’ll see an icon titled Parameters. Click that icon and you will be able to set the template for the information that will appear in your bubble template. The bubble template requires knowledge of html. The constants you will use are the sobi2 field_ids you wish to display as well as {itemlink}{catlink}{icon}. For instance the default template looks like the following:

<div style="float:left; width:50%;">
<div>{itemlink}</div>
<div>{1}</div>
<div>{3} , {5} {2}</div>
<div>{catlink}</div>
</div>
<div style="float:left; width:48%;">{icon}</div>

This template will render a bubble template that looks like the following.

The constants I currently have programmed in to the template are
{itemlink} Shows the title of the listing with a link to the details template.
{catlink} Shows the category and a link to the category listings.
{icon} Shows the icon of the entry.
{gal} Shows the gallery image

2. Install the module “mod_geosearch” using the Joomla! extension installer and make sure it is enabled.
3. In the SOBI2 plugin installer (not the Joomla! extension installer) install the “plg_sobi2_geo” plugin.
4. Add custom function to SOBI2:
a. Go to the administrator back end of SOBI2 and click on Configuration -> Registry Editor.
b. Scroll down until you see the section titled “Section: [custom_functions]”.
i. By default you should already have a custom function key pair defined in the back end called (myCustomTask -> myCustomFunction).
c. We need to define our own function for the geosearch, so type into the New Key field “geoSearchResults” and press “Add New Key”. This will create a new field with “geoSearchResults” on the left and to the right of that put in the word “geoSearch”. (Note: These are case sensitive)
d. Make sure you check the checkbox to the left of the new key and press the “save” button at the top of SOBI2.


5. Go to JOOMLA/components/com_sobi2/includes/inc and open the “[url removed, login to view]” file in that directory, and add the function from the provided “[url removed, login to view]” file. Alternatively, if you have no previous custom functions defined, you may be able to just rename/replace that existing file with the provided one.&#8195;
6. Create menu item to display your search page:
a. Do NOT link to the component in the Joomla! menu system! This extension works as a module embedded in an article so the link must be to an article.
b. Create Joomla article that you will use as your target search page.
c. Add new module in Joomla! using the Joomla! module manager:

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