Create an interactive maps from location list

In SharePoint Online, I have a list with different stores location. the idea is to work to have a map with all our store on the SharePoint homepage.

I already found something like this but in the old classic view. (i created a new view of the list with all the information) but I can’t find a way to do the same in the modern view.

Does someone have some idea to help to udnerstand how to do this? Thank you

How to Set up AdSense or Amazon Site & Profit from it

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Get Microsoft Graph AccessToken from SharePoint ContextToken in RER

I have registered RemoteEventReceivers on my SharePoint list. I can receive remote events in my custom code. Is it possible to receive Microsoft Graph AccessToken from SharePoint ContextToken? I have to retrieve some data from Microsoft Graph in the context of the logged-in user. I know that I can use client id and client secret for it but I want to store correct value for Author and Editor field instead of System Account.

Get Hash from PKIsignature

I have a PKIsignature and a certificate attached to same file, How can I:

  1. extract public key from certificate chain
  2. use public key to get hash file from PKIsignature

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What is an easy in game mechanic to have a race from 5e Eberron show up in Faerûn?

I know Eberron and Faerûn are different planes but I have players who want to play warforged. What connections exist between the planes to facilitate a Eberron race ending up in Faerûn?

I am looking for a way to explain how the level 0/1 got to Faerûn. He does not need to be the source of the effect.

It was my understanding that there are locations in lore that describe semi-permanent gateways between planes, and I am trying to find out if there is a chain I could use to get someone from Eberron to The Sword Coast.

removed nvidia driver and rebooted but seeing ‘Error parsing PCC subspaces from PCCT

Ah,.. trying to re-install cuda 10.0 and cudnn, I removed nvidia driver (using dpkg –purge nvidia-430′, and the OS seemed to make the kernel image at that time.
Then I gave ‘shutdown -r now’ command thinking the system will boot anyway.
The system is a supermicro computer with ubuntu 16.04 installed.
it takes very long (more than 10 minuites? but this was so before.. I think) and I see the GRUB window, and it goes to *Ubunut boot.
Then, I see this error message. What should I do?? enter image description here

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Custom WordPress theme not displaying posts from category

I am creating a custom WordPress theme and as far as I can remember WordPress is supposed to do the heavy lifting for filtering of post types by their category, author, etc. on it’s own. This is just an altered query from my index.php specifically for category types.

Another question… do I even need an archive.php? I thought WordPress was supposed to do all the heavy lifting as far as filtering by categories, tags, authors, etc. My index.php works great, but when I tried to go to a specific category it was showing all of my posts and not just the selected category so I tried implementing an archive.php

EDIT 1: I should have mentioned I’m not using the main loops because I’m using custom post types

archive.php

<?php /**  * @author    Mark Abel  * @package   client-name/archive  * @version   1.0  */ if ( ! defined( 'ABSPATH' ) ) exit; // Exit if accessed directly get_header(); ?>  <?php get_template_part( 'partials/partial', 'sidenav' );?>  <section class="masonry__container" id="masonry__container">   <div class="masonry" id="masonry">     <?php       $  category = get_category( get_query_var( 'cat' ) );       $  cat_id = $  category->cat_ID;       $  loop = new WP_Query( array( 'post_type' => 'project', 'cat' => $  cat_id ) );       if ( $  loop->have_posts() ) :         while ( $  loop->have_posts() ) : $  loop->the_post(); ?>           <?php $  project_for = get_post_meta($  post->ID, "project_for", true); ?>           <article class="masonry__tile" data-aos="zoom-in">             <img src=<?php the_post_thumbnail_url(); ?> alt="an image" />               <div class="masonry__overlay"><div class="masonry__title">                 <?php echo get_the_title() ?>               </div>               <div class="masonry__project">                 <?php echo $  project_for ?>               </div>               <span></span>               <div class="masonry__cta"><a href="<?php echo get_post_permalink(); ?>">Click to view</a></div>               <a class="masonry__video" href="https://player.vimeo.com/video/124254859">Play video</a>             </div>           </article>         <?php endwhile;       endif;       wp_reset_postdata();     ?>   </div> </section>   </body>  <!-- Footer -->  <?php get_footer(); ?>  </html> 

partial imported by index.php

<?php /**  *  @author    Mark Abel  *  @package   client-name/partials/partial-masonry  *  @version   1.0  */ if ( ! defined( 'ABSPATH' ) ) exit; // Exit if accessed directly ?>  <section class="masonry__container" id="masonry__container">   <div class="masonry" id="masonry">     <?php       $  loop = new WP_Query( array( 'post_type' => 'project' ) );       if ( $  loop->have_posts() ) :         while ( $  loop->have_posts() ) : $  loop->the_post(); ?>           <?php $  project_for = get_post_meta($  post->ID, "project_for", true); ?>           <article class="masonry__tile" data-aos="zoom-in">             <img src=<?php the_post_thumbnail_url(); ?> alt="an image" />               <div class="masonry__overlay"><div class="masonry__title">                 <?php echo get_the_title() ?>               </div>               <div class="masonry__project">                 <?php echo $  project_for ?>               </div>               <span></span>               <div class="masonry__cta"><a href="<?php echo get_post_permalink(); ?>">Click to view</a></div>               <a class="masonry__video" href="https://player.vimeo.com/video/124254859">Play video</a>             </div>           </article>         <?php endwhile;       endif;       wp_reset_postdata();     ?>   </div> </section>