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Google Latitude History

This plugin will display your Google Latitude location history on a Google Map and allow you to manage your Latitude locations.

Stale Token with 'invalid_client'?

Double check your Client Secret with the one in https://code.google.com/apis/console.

Why is my location data empty?

The Google Latitude product is still in beta therefore bugs will come up from time to time. Google has confirmed a bug which results in empty location data. Changing your granularity to "best" might fix the problem.

What is wrong with my info windows?

The info windows are inheriting CSS styles from the page. Please override the offending styles by using the custom css option on the plugin settings page. If the offending CSS is not overrided check the style.css of your theme and look for the max-width property of images and set it to 'none'.

Fatal error: Call to undefined function curl_init()

If you get: "Fatal error: Call to undefined function curl_init(). Go to the php.ini and uncomment "extension=php_curl.dll" and restart your server.

Where can I find HTML color codes?


When I attempt to refresh my token I get a "OAuth 2.0 error: redirect_uri_mismatch" error

Add your redirect uri, located in the Google Latitude History plugin settings page, to the Google API console. See screenshot 6.

How often are my locations updated?

The locations are updated hourly by a WordPress cron

Where do the location names come from?

The location names are found by using Google's geocode service to find the location name by using it's latitude and longitude coordinates

Why doesn't my timestamp match?

The time is shown in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)

Do I need to use the Google Simple API key?

The Google Simply API key allows you to monitor to your usuage. This is important for highly trafficked websites that might approach the limits of the free service. For more information about usuage limits please visit http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/javascript/usage.html#usage_limits

Do I need to use Google Maps over SSL?

If you are using this plugin on a website that uses an SSL certificate, your url will start with "https://", then yes.

Requires: 3.1.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 5 years ago
Active Installs: 20+


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