October 11, 2018 at 7:03 am #43632
My map says “This page can’t load Google Maps correctly.”
I already created a new API Key, connected to a Google project, with billing setup, and huge quotas.
I entered the API key in my plugin. But no luck.
My js console says:
– You have exceeded your request quota for this API
Again, my API key has huge quotas setup, so the quota error doesn’t make sense.
But more odd, is the NoApiKeys warning.
Why would that happen, if the WPGM plugin was working properly?
which says “The script element that loads the API has no API key”.
Searching the source-view on my map page, I do not see the expected-
So it seems like the WPGM plugin is failing to send my API key to Google Maps API.
October 11, 2018 at 11:34 am #43640
Thank you so much for getting in touch and our sincere apologies for the trouble you are having on your side.
Based on the information provided it appears there may be an additional map module loading on your site. This may be from another plugin, or in some cases may be present in the theme.
May I ask for a link to your site (map page) so that I may take a closer look and confirm?
I look forward to hearing back from you.
Dylan AutyOctober 12, 2018 at 8:01 am #43697
The map is here – http://www.jkamdigital.com/contact/
Thanks for your help on this!October 16, 2018 at 9:02 am #43840
Hi, still hoping for assistance on this, as it seems like the WP Google Maps plugin is failing to provide my API key where it should.October 16, 2018 at 9:54 am #43841
My apologies for the delay in response, I had not received a notification of your previous response.
It appears you may be using a caching solution which is currently compressing our scripts into a single file. This helps optimize the page load speed, however it does mean I am not able to run a full test from the front end.
Could I ask if you make use of any performance plugins? If so, would it be possible to disable these temporarily so that I may continue testing from my side?
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