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[Resolved]Allow Location request pops on each page of my application even is allowed once

Forums Bug Reports Allow Location request pops on each page of my application even is allowed once

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    we used GEomywp and even if we have set autodection off it will still ask the allow location question on each page load
    Please help resolve asap

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    Are you referring to the alert message “This page was unable to display a Google Maps element. Please contact the site administrator…..”?

    If that is the case, have you entered an API in GEO my WP Settings page? If so, please remove it and test the site again to see if the message is gone.


    No , it keeps asking users to allow for location read on each and every page with every single page load
    Causes Annoyance to users .. You can see for yourself


    I did look at the site and navigated between all pages but I wasn’t asked even once for my location.


    Try now.. Had to disable your plunging


    Thank you.

    Have you disable the feature in GEO my WP “Settings” page ( dashboard -> GEO my WP -> Settings -> General Settings tab -> “Auto Locate” checkbox ) ?

    The plugin suppose to ask the user only once a day and It does so by saving the user’s choice in cookies. However, looks like that the function that is responsible for it is not being executed. What I suspect is ( I cannot be sure of that ) that the JavaScript errors that your site generates prevents that JavaScript function from being executed.

    If you look at the browser console you will see the JavaScript errors that I am referring to. My advice is to first try to resolve the JavaScript errors. If that doesn’t help let me know and I will look into it again.


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