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Tagged: 8.6.5, google maps api
- This topic has 5 replies, 2 voices, and was last updated 5 years, 10 months ago by Steven Zahm.
05/06/2017 at 2:56 am #422050
Loading google maps api is unchecked, using maps is unchecked, and the api field is blank.05/06/2017 at 11:58 am #422065
To remove the Google Maps error, please re-enable the Google Maps API option on the Connections : Settings admin page under the Advanced tab in the Compatibility section. Generally there is never a reason you would need to uncheck this option. Actually, it is only useful under some very specific scenarios so I’m very likely going to remove this option in a future update since to date it has caused more issues than it has helped to resolve.
Hope this helps.05/06/2017 at 3:40 pm #422072
Please enable the API and share a link to the page so I can take a look. Thanks!05/06/2017 at 6:36 pm #422096
Ok, i just did that, and today it is working without an error. There must have been something cached last night. There is still an error but a different one (NoApiKeys and MissingKeyMapError). I’m sorry for the wild goose chase.
It’s not very performance friendly to be loading the API when it’s not needed :)05/06/2017 at 7:06 pm #422099
re: There is still an error but a different one (NoApiKeys and MissingKeyMapError).
That will go away after you setup your Google Maps API key. There no harms as it is purely informational.
re: It’s not very performance friendly to be loading the API when it’s not needed :)
I hear you loud and clear … unfortunately due to the very high number of broken themes and themes which change the default page render order it became impossible to account for all the variations to make sure the API is loaded when needed. The best compromise I’ve been able to make is it will only load on the page which cMap is in use (in this specific case). Even with this compromise, there are themes that still break that due to change how WP renders the page.
Hope that helps!
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