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[Resolved]Address autocomplete broken

Forums Geo Job Manager Address autocomplete broken

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    hope, this is the right thread for my problem:

    i have a clean install of WP / WP Job Manager / your plugin.

    If i create / edit a job i have no autocomplete in at the location field. And in the Chrome-Console i got the error: “You have included the Google Maps API multiple times on this page. This may cause unexpected errors.”.

    i tried to deactivate the autocomplete in your plugin settings and it doesn’t help. If i enter a city-name and save the post the city and the location data will be added correctly at the custom fields. But i wish to use the autocomplete.


    Hi christian,
    I moved your question to its own topic.

    Looks like there is a conflict with another plugin or with the theme that your are using.

    The error you are getting cause when including Google API multiple times.

    1) Are you using another maps plugin ?

    2) Which theme are you using?



    ups, sorry for repeating my follow at another thread!

    i don’t use any other plugins yet.

    i use enfold theme from kriesi.

    thank you! 🙂

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    Thanks for the info.

    Looks like the theme also load Google API to be used with the Google Map widget. That most likely the cause for the conflict.

    You can try to disable the API call made by the WP job Manager Geolocation using the code below ( in the functions.php file of the theme ):

    This might remove the JS error but the address autocomplete might still not work, that is depend on the API call made by the theme and if it include the Places library.

    If the script does not work try contacting the developers of the theme and asked them if it is possible to disable the Google API call made by the theme using a filter or so since the plugin already includes the API.

    let me know if that helps.



    thank you. this hint helps.
    while enfold is so popular, here the filter for disabling the G’API:

    look at:

    it is resolved.



    Thank you for posting the solution.

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