If your Map is not displaying on the front-end of your website, this could be due to any of a number of reasons. We will go through them in order of probability. Please follow the following steps, in order, to troubleshoot the problem.
Create a Google Maps API Key
Please ensure you have followed these instructions for Creating a Google Maps API Key. We suggest you go through that article thorougly, comparing the information there with your own Google API Manager project. If after doing so, you are sure you have followed these instructions and that all of the required APIs are enabled, then refresh the page that contains the Map’s shortcode in your browser. If the Map is still not showing, please continue with Flush/Empty/Delete Your Cache.
Flush/Empty/Delete Your Cache
Please ensure that your flush (or empty or delete depending on the software used) your cache files. If your web hosting provider has caching enabled on the web server, ensure that cache is emptied as well. If you are using the CDN option on your caching plugin, please ensure that XML files are excluded from the CDN.After doing so, refresh the page that contains the Map’s shortcode in your browser. If the Map is still not showing or if you know you are not running any caching software in WordPress or on your web server, please continue with
Check Your Theme’s footer.php File.
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