Google Maps shows no location

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  • #31145

    Hi there,

    I tried to search the forum, but found no posting with the following problem:
    Just one location shows the event location with the correct coordinates and on google map.
    All other are with 0.00000, 0.000000, google maps shows the mark somewhere in the blue and so no location is displayed.
    see here the screenshot:
    http://www.yogaempatica.at/maps.jpeg

    Yes, I got and entered the API key.
    Could you please help? Thank you very much in advance!

    Tina

    Ingrid Bedenik
    #31161

    Hi Tina,

    I got the latitude/longitude co-ordinates 47.847115, 16.522279 when I entered that address. Try emptying one of the fields and re-typing it to trigger the reverse geo-location request.

    You can also manually enter the co-ordinates.

    Stephen Harris
    #31171

    Hi Stephen,
    thank you for your answer.
    Of course I tried all these options before I wrote this post. And even now. See this video I caputered while I followed your advice.

    http://www.yogaempatica.at/video.mp4

    No change.
    What else can we try?
    Thanks Tina

    Ingrid Bedenik
    #31174

    Hi Tina,

    When you do that, do you get an error messages in your browser’s console? I’d be happy to debug this further, but I’d need access to the site. If you’d like me to could you get in contact via this form.

    Stephen Harris
    #31189

    Thank you so much for your help! It works now! I activated everything, like Geocoding etc. :))

    Ingrid Bedenik
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