Support has been upgraded!
The Support Forum is closed. Not to worry! Providing the top quality support you expect and we're known for will continue! We're not ending support, just changing where you submit requests. This will provide you with the best experience possible.
Have you purchased an addon for Connections such as one of our premium templates or extensions with a valid license and you need help?
Please open a Support Ticket in your user account.
Are you using the free Connections plugin? Don't worry, you are still very important to us! We are still providing you with the same high quality support that we're known for.
Please open a new support topic in the WordPress support forums for Connections.
01/04/2013 at 5:46 pm #248619Michael KelsoParticipant
I just installed the cMAP template to my wordpress blog, http://www.minoritymen.org/blog/summer-programs/, but the bio and map links do not have functionality. I am guessing there is something wrong accessing the function.php or template.js files. I am a novice to programming, but am usually able to piece things together. I couldn’t come up with a quick fix to this problem. I am using the twentyten wordpress template that I have customized for my site.
Thanks for your held in advance01/04/2013 at 8:06 pm #24862101/05/2013 at 10:37 am #248633Michael KelsoParticipant
Thanks a lot! It worked! Clearly it was not a problem with your template and I wonder how many other plugins I have that did not work because of this.08/01/2013 at 9:11 pm #266274Daniel BakkeGuest
I’m having a similar problem except that the bio is working. It’s just the map that isn’t.
Thanks08/03/2013 at 8:48 am #266392
There’s likely a Google Maps API. Either the theme or another plugin may be calling it. One thing to try … go to the Connections : Settings admin page and enable the Google Maps API option under Advanced tab under the Compatibility section.
Hope that helps. Let me know. If it doesn’t, please post a link to your directory.08/04/2013 at 2:59 am #266415Daniel BakkeGuest
Thanks for the response. I’ve tried with that option enabled and disabled with no luck. The link for the directory is http://www.calgaryrealestatepro.pro/calgary-business-directory/.
I am running another google app with a V3 API (Comprehensive Google Map) and version 3.6 for WordPress.08/04/2013 at 9:16 am #266427
I can see the API is not being loaded. Please make sure the option is enabled and let me know so I can take another look.
Make sure you flush all your caches that you have enabled in W3TC after you do. That’ll be very important because you could toggle settings all day long and they would have no effect because of the cache.
I’ve re-enabled (checked) that option and cleared all the W3TC caches and Google page speed caches and I disabled minify in Google Page Speed (It wasn’t enabled in W3TC).
Doesn’t seem to have had an effect.
I had to modify the the Comprehensive Google Map plugin with the new WordPress update (3.6). Could the jQuery version have something to do with this?08/05/2013 at 12:04 pm #266513
Connections and cMap are compatible with WP 3.6. I’ve been developing and testing on the beta versions of 3.6 for quite some time.
Maybe is you simple manually include this in the page cache:
And link to the Google Maps API:
That should fix the problem.
I added the two links to the header for my theme and it looks like both are showing up in the page source but it looks like it’s still not loading the map.
You cannot reply to this support topic. Please open your own support topic.