But you can display the map in one module, and the list below with a module List Seblod. You just have to create 1 search type with map as template, and one search type with the template you need (blog, table, ...)
Hello Olivier, i was about to ask the same question. I just read the map template description, and it seems to be a replacement for the usual list display. So, no simultaneous display with a second list?! Which is a typical usage, IMHO. At least a switch from map to list and vice-versa would be nice, too. I have not purchased the map, yet. Thus I am writing from the top of my head, in therory only.
You seem to have a solution. You have copied the blog-template into/under the map template, right?
I thought it could work with just some code to copy/paste but, unfortunately, I didn't succeed and the solution is not "so" easy...
So, What I've decided is to update the index.php of the seb_map' template to build my own list of items as the php variable containing the result items is available.
The other solution would be to use 2 searches : 1 based on the seb_map template and implemented as a SEBLOD module and 1 based on the seb_list template and displayed as main content. As the 2 searches use the same fields, They should be both updated on form submission (not tested).
Hi Jiliko, y can confirm, the solution with two search types (1 for the list & 1 for the map) is working. If you have the same search form for the two search type, they will be synchronized. If you set differents search form, results will be differents. For exemple, you may want always all points on the map, and filter only the list, just let the cck and state fields for the search map, and all field for the search list.