CM Map Locations (CMML) - Troubleshooting
Map Locations TroubleShooting Guide
Here are some basic troubleshooting checks you should take when the plugin does not work as expected
Map canvas is blank
- Make sure you've provided the Google Maps App Server Key (not the browser key) in the plugin settings. Read the article about setting up the API keys.
Since our plugin embeds the Google API only when it's needed and other plugins often do this on each page, you may need to disable the conflicting plugin or change your theme to fix this issue.
I cannot search for places on the edit map page
Make sure you've enabled the Places API in your Google Maps App settings.
Geolocation error shows up on the map page
From the recent web browsers' versions the Geolocation Web API works only on websites that uses https protocol. It won't work with the standard http websites without SSL/TLS encryption.
So you must have SSL / HTTPS running on your website.
404 Page not found error
It seems your Wordpress doesn't recognize the routes pages' permalink correctly.
- Make sure you don't have a page or post with the same slug (name) as you give for the plugin's permalink part in the plugin settings. If there's a post with the same slug you may need to change it's slug or the maps permalink part in the plugin settings.
- Go to wp-admin → Settings → Permalinks and make sure that the "Post name" has been set as the permalink structure.
- Install "Rewrite Rules Inspector" plugin. Then go to wp-admin -> Tools -> Rewrite Rules and press the "Flush rules" button.
- Make sure that your post pages are loading correctly using pretty URLs. This is rare issue but if not this mean that your server doesn't support URL rewrite, the htaccess files is not setup correctly on Apache server or you're using other HTTP server where you need to setup the rewrite manually. Please contact with your server administrator to solve this.
Some icons are not being displayed or there's a rectangle in some text labels
Our plugin uses the Wordpress' build-in Dashicons set. However, on some themes the dashicons are not displayed properly on the front-end. It's not the plugin's issue, but we didn't need more information to understand where this conflict come from.