Google Maps API rejects request due to missing "sensor" parameter

WordPress Event Management, Calendars & Registration Forums Report A Bug Google Maps API rejects request due to missing "sensor" parameter

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    Hi all,

    I am using eo_get_venue_map('my-venue-slug',array('width'=>'852px', 'height'=>'500px')); to display the map of a specific venue.
    Everything works fine until I log out.

    The page loads with a JavaScript alert: The Google Maps API server rejected your request. The "sensor" parameter specified in the request must be set to either "true" or "false".
    Seems that the parameters for Google Maps are missing as logged out users get the above alert and the script tag reads

    For logged in users, the map shows and the script tag reads

    Any ideas?


    Uh oh! It was a plugin interference.

    I have Better WP Security installed and there is an option that deals with version numbers as in the above string: “Displays a random version number to visitors who are not logged in at all points where version number must be used and removes the version completely from where it can. Warning: This feature is known to cause conflicts with some plugins and themes.”

    I disabled the option and now all is working again.

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