1. Peter Dowse
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  3. Monday, 29 January 2024
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Hi Guys,

It seems that Hotspots requires a user to be very specific when searching for a location.
For example, if there are no hotspots in a particular zipcode (postcode) or suburb, the system will say there are no listings.

Many other store locators will bring up the closest listing to a particular suburb or zipcode.

Is there any way to implement something like this?

For example, if a listing is located at the zipcode 1000 and someone types in 1001 - can the system bring up the 1000 listing as 'the closest listing to your search'?
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