On 21 June 2012 02:46, SeoGuy <websuccessmarketing....
> I don't mean to take advantage of your kindness as your pointers are much
> appreciated. The thing is that this is my very first experience with Google
> maps and I'm a little, ok I admit it: very confused.
There's no problem with asking in the group; that's what it's there
for. Replies may be a bit terse because there's no point in
superfluity. (But: please don't CC me into replies; I get emailed by
the groups software, and CCs mess up replying).
> Here's what I did try:
> I tried using my client's key (she did allow requests from my domain).That
> didn't work.
> I did follow your advice and create a new key, which didn't work either.
> Here is the key I put on my page (I will replace it once we figure this
That looks fine; it loads Version 3. You won't need to replace the key
because only you can use it (you specify the referrers for which it's
> This may be irrelevant yet if I replace "true" with "TRUE" in above
> statement, I get a different error message:
> The Google Maps API server rejected your request. The "sensor" parameter
> specified in the request must be set to either "true" or "false".
Using Firebug, I can see you are loading
So you are loading both Version 3 and Version 2 APIs. I can't find
where the Version 2 API is loaded; I suspect that's what is producing
But you don't appear to have any code which builds a map in any case.
I can't find the "resultsMap" div referenced anywhere.
However: I *can* see what you meant by "include". Your developer has
used php to include a complete web page inside another. Unfortunately
that has resulted in invalid HTML because you have two <html> elements
and two <head> elements. And it's probably what has resulted in
loading different APIs.
It's looking rather like you need to hire a developer. I'm afraid that
sorting out that code is probably beyond the scope of this group.