GeoMeta for ACF is an easy way to store location information about posts, pages,
users or other content types that ACF supports. The default input is a map
with drawing tools to let the user draw markers, lines and polygons.
Alternatively you can accept latitude and longitude values, or raw GeoJSON
GeoMeta for ACF supports for both ACF version 4 and 5.
Why use GeoMeta for ACF instead of one of the other map inputs for ACF?
GeoMeta for ACF uses WP-GeoMeta under the hood, which means that you’re
actually storing spatial meta data, not just text. With the WP-GeoMeta library
you have access to all of the spatial functions MySQL supports to search and
filter your WordPress posts and users.
This ACF field type is compatible with:
Metavalues for terms (Categories/Tags) were stored in wp_options up until ACF
Pro 5.5.0. GeoMeta for ACF will still display a map or other input field for
terms in previous versions of ACF, but since the values aren’t stored in the
wp_termmeta table, they won’t be picked up for inclusion in the spatial table
and spatial searches on them will fail.