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I made quick update - v. 1.5.3.140526 wait for you update: first push was with mistake. download it now


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My apology - looks like with one of update I missed procedure for version <1.3.4. It is no more global settings in MX Google Map (most of them was replaced with ee config.php varibles). I will add this update function in next build. Right now you can just run next query update exp_fieldtypes SET has_global_settings = 'n' WHERE name = 'mx_google_map' ...


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I'm not sure what about your example doesn't work, but you don't need your link to contain so much information if you don't need it to. Simply using the longitude / latitude is enough to get your location up in Google Maps. For example Tower Bridge, London can be linked just using: https://maps.google.com/maps?q=51.505591,-0.075402 So with your example it'...


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Try adding the key as a GET parameter to the API source script tag: https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/js?key=YOUR_KEY_GOES_HERE&sensor=true I've seen this issue in some places, as well as right here! : Google Maps for EE stopped plotting markers for new entries in the control panel


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If you're using Max's MX Google Map [1.5.3] for publish form maps and wish to apply a snazzymap you can do so by adding the snazzymap styles on line 496 of system/third_party/mx_google_map/ft.mx_google_map.php. Download the snazzymap you want to apply. View the source. Copy from: // How you would like to style the map. // This is where you would paste ...


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As the site is running over https I had to modify the URL in the following line of code to https. fx.mx_google_map.php (Line 135) ee()->cp->add_to_foot('<script type="text/javascript" src="https://maps.google.com/maps/api/js?sensor=false"></script>');


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edit the file /system/expressionengine/expressionengine/third_party/mx_google_map/ft.mx_google_map.php and change the following lines On line 135, change: ee()->cp->add_to_foot('<script type="text/javascript" src="http://maps.google.com/maps/api/js?sensor=false"></script>'); To ee()->cp->add_to_foot('<script type="text/...


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You could use Google Maps for EE to do this, but you would need a .csv to do it. It comes with a geocoder/import utility that is really robust and will work for almost all data files. I know it's not for MX Google Maps, but this could save you quite a bit of time by not having to roll out a custom solution. https://objectivehtml.com/google-maps


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