February 12, 2019 at 1:31 pm #47507
With Version 7.11.02 WP Google Maps, Version 7.10.61 WP Google Maps – Pro Add-on and Version 3.09 WP Google Maps – Visitor Generated Markers everything is working fine. As soon as you upgrade WP Google Maps plus Pro and VGM the marker list does not display in either the front or back end, just shows an overlay with the word Processing.
You can take a look at the dev version of the site where I have applied the updates so you can see the issue: https://dev05.pinneypoole.net/bmctracker/
I’ve attached a screen shot of what it looks like in the back end view.
The live site is not updated and is working fine here: https://www.ebts.org/bmctracker
Any suggestions on what’s wrong and how to fix it gratefully received as I need to go live with a new map for 2019 in the next month.
- This topic was modified 7 months, 1 week ago by poolec.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.February 12, 2019 at 4:31 pm #47512
Hi again Chris
I hope this finds you well, sorry to hear this has come up.
Can you please update to 7.11.03 (Pro and Basic), as we have recently ironed out a lot of issues.
If you need us to manually apply the update we can do so, we would need you to open a ticket with your FTP details in order to do so, as it appears the details we have on file are no longer valid.
Please let us know if that helps!
– PerryFebruary 20, 2019 at 1:33 pm #47819This reply has been marked as private.February 20, 2019 at 2:15 pm #47824
It appears that the REST API route at https://dev05.pinneypoole.net/wp-json/wpgmza/v1/datatables/ renders your web page – rather that the REST response we would expect here.
The REST API has been present since WordPress 4.7, are you running 4.7 or later?
Do you have any kind of security or URL rewriting software that would potentially affect these endpoints?
I’m seeing the same thing if I visit this URL
Where I would normally expect to see code describing the REST API.
This appears to be a general issue with your WordPress installation – I suggest disabling all plugins (including our own) then visiting https://dev05.pinneypoole.net/wp-json/ . If the REST API is functioning correctly, you should see a screen full of code when you visit that URL. At the moment I see a page from your site.
Please then start to re-enable plugins one by one, refreshing that page until you see anything other than code. That will help you establish which plugin is causing this. If that doesn’t help, it could be your theme, or possibly code in your .htaccess file re-writing the URL.
Does that help?
– PerryFebruary 21, 2019 at 1:37 am #47879
OK, most of that was way to technical for me, but I deactivated the plugins and then reactivated them one by one. It seems to be the Woocommerce plugin that is causing the problem on this installation.
I created a copy of the live site and upgraded that to the current versions of WP Google Maps and it has worked fine. So there is clearly a corruption of some form on my Dev05 site, so I think it is time to reset it with a copy of the live site after I have noted the config changes I have been testing out.
Thanks for the pointers,
PS Thought you might like to know that the data collected from the EBTS UK website using WP Google Maps last year is being used as part of a paper to be published tracking the spread of box tree moths across the UK.February 21, 2019 at 8:24 am #47887
I’m glad you got to the bottom of it!
That’s great to hear, I’ve shared that with the team! It’s a privilege, thank you 🙂
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