Checking their FAQ and following it's instructions to alert(window.location.host) to check the domain returns dev.domain.com which looks correct (unless it's meant to have http:// at the start? If possible, could you please create a test page for us where we can view the SiteOrigin Maps widget? 3 months, 5 days ago Barry Smith Hi, I am having the See Obtaining an API key. If the above don't help, try press F12 to see a more detailed error message in your browser.
http://pastebin.com/zMjne7P0 User focusses out input field (line 83)(I tried inputting ";" for tests, which should return error, as it's invalid name). I hadn't enabled Static Maps API. How to make a receptacle box flush with wall after it has been installed? http://wphostreviews.com/forums/topic/google-api-key-not-working If you have a Google Maps APIs Premium Plan, you can use a client parameter or a key parameter.
amrod replied on Jun 29, 2016 at 2:27 pm Permalink Reply how we can fix it? http://productforums.google.com/d/topic/maps/mqShazNwnDY July 5, 2016 at 10:54 am #16813 johnzenaParticipant It started working when under domains instead of adding *.mydomain.com/* I put them in individually. Google Maps Api Error: Missingkeymaperror After one second it just shows an error. Google Maps Api Error: Referernotallowedmaperror Flat renting in Berlin for medium-term period Do you still gain the magical benefits of a shield when wearing but not wielding it?
See the guide to client IDs and API keys. my review here Please sign in or sign up to post. amrod replied on Jun 29, 2016 at 3:09 pm Permalink Reply very quick fix; edit the file; \concrete\core\controllers\blocks\google_map.php line #72 add your key to KEY; and delete the sensor; $this->addFooterItem('