April 2, 2020 at 4:24 AM #79104
Since yesterday the Google Map shows the message “For development purposes only”. How can I manage this to show the map again?
JürgenApril 2, 2020 at 12:49 PM #79105
Do you have a Google API key? Do you have a billing account with a credit card attached to it?
Did you r Migrate your site and perhaps need to revist the Google API set up ?
I cannot provide specific information without the info requested in posting guidelines.
1) Need Screen shot of your SLP INFO/PLUGIN ENVIRONMENT that shows SLP versions,PHP, MYSQL and WP version
2} your site url that is showing the error.April 3, 2020 at 3:00 AM #79109
I already thought that the problem is the missing Google API Key but I don’t know where I have to enter this key into Store Locator. Nether the configuration nor the URL (www.polizei-bw.de/dienststellenfinder) has been changed.
Remark: the plugin is deactivated at the moment to avoid error-messages.
– Store Locator Plus – 5.2.11
– Store Locator Plus – Experience – 5.2.11
– Store Locator Plus – Power – 5.2.11
– PHP 7.3.14
– mySQL 5.7
– WP 5.3.2
JürgenApril 3, 2020 at 2:13 PM #79114
Well your SLP and add-ons are not latest version.
(but that does not effect the directions where to input API fields)
In SLP go to the GENERAL TAB
you do NOT need the Google Geocoding key if you have not added referrer restrictions.
If you already have a key there and have the error still (I cannot see since you have turned off the SLP on your site url)
then that means perhaps you did not add a billing account, or your credit card with Google is expired? In that case please read in Google Support for suggestionsApril 4, 2020 at 11:26 AM #79115
Alternatively, a lot of our customers are tired of dealing with Google API keys and their ever changing rules.
You might want to consider moving over to our MySLP SaaS solution. You do not need to worry about updating your SLP versions, you do not need to worry about Google API, we handle all that. You would most likely need to signup at the Professional level plan if you decide to go that route and since you already have Power, just export to a csv file, and import into MYSLP account. You can also import your JSON settings under the Settings/Tools. You could have it all done and up and running in less than an hour . A simple embed script and your map will be back on line
More info on docs site for MYSLP getting startedApril 9, 2020 at 8:04 AM #79137
thank you for your information. I was able to fix the problem with the map. The reason was the missing credit card.
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