Google Maps API-OAuth consent screen

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  • #530165

    antoniomartin
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    I setup my Google MAPs API now Google is reminding me to “Remember to configure the OAuth consent screen with information about your application”. I viewed the OAuth consent screen, but how and why I need to do this is unclear. Is this recommended/required? If so, is their documentation on how to properly do this for GeoDirectory?

    #530181

    Alex Rollin
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    It is not required, no.

    #530246

    antoniomartin
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    I’m setting up a new installation of the Supreme Directory and can’t get the maps to display any pins. I thought that the OAuth may have been my problem. But I can’t get the maps to display any results.

    My API is unrestricted, I have done a minimal install (frontpage and dummy data) in GeoDirectory. I have activated the Supreme Directory Theme and created frontpage. At this point, I think I should be able to see map pins on the map, but while I get search results, the maps always show “No records found”. I have been trying to get this to work all day, can you help?

    #530261

    Kor
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    Hi antoniomartin,

    Thanks for your reply. Could you please check and see if you’ve assigned a category to a listing? https://wpgeodirectory.com/docs-v2/places/categories/place-categories-update/#need-to-know

    #530346

    antoniomartin
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    Yes, all listings have categories. The only listings loaded are from the dummy data import done in the setup wizard. I’ve attached a screenshot of what I am seeing.

    #530367

    Kor
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    Hi antoniomartin,

    Thanks for your reply. This looks like an issue with the Google MAP APi Key. Did you include billing for your Google MAP API Key? https://wpgeodirectory.com/docs-v2/integrations/google/#need-to-know . If the issue still persists, kindly share your Website WP admin access here in private reply and we’ll check this out for you.

    #530402

    antoniomartin
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    Unfortunately, I’m running with a local server that will allow view of the site, but will not allow WordPress admin access. But with that in mind I switched from Google Maps to OpenStreet maps with the same result. See attached.

    #530428

    Kor
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    Post count: 16516

    Hi antoniomartin,

    Thanks for your reply. Sorry, we won’t be able to help much without an access. Could you possibly upload your Website to a staging URL so that we could check on it?

    #530466

    Alex Rollin
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    Post count: 27815

    Do you have Ninja Forms install?
    Please share a screenshot of the plugins page.

    #530531

    antoniomartin
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    Post count: 35

    Yes. Ninga Forms is installed. Screenshot attached.

    #530535

    antoniomartin
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    Thanks for the hint…I deactivated Ninja Forms and maps started working! Updated GeoDirectory plugin to Version 2.0.0.79, reactivated Ninja Forms and maps still work. So, Ninja Forms was definitely the problem.

    #530555

    Alex Rollin
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    Post count: 27815

    Excellent, yes, NF has a bug, and we keep releasing fixes for the bug.

    Glad you got it working

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