Support » Plugin: AIO Cache & Performance » Google Maps API server Rejected Your Request

  • Resolved rasolis


    I am testing your plugin on several of our sites:,,, and

    For – it gives the error msg dialogue box,

    “Google Maps API server rejected your request. The sensor paramater must best set to true or false”

    Something like that. It only happens to that site. Please advise.

    – I tried visiting your plugin site, but it was an empty blog.


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  • Plugin Author Adam


    Well basically “Google Maps API server has rejected your request” means exactly what it says. Therefore it can be concluded that the problem leans on Google’s server, which can not accept the API request.

    In any case, I am rewriting my plugin 100% anyway. So if the same problem occurs when I’m done rewriting it, you know for sure that that is Google’s problem.

    My completely rewritten plugin be a much better candidate for you and your hosting companies, which look excellent by the way. I however, in any case, WOULD NOT recommend using my plugin ALONG WITH any other performance related plugin.

    I know what it means. 🙂

    But it only happens when your plugin is installed. Why is your plugin making a Google Maps API request? Are you trying to determine the location of the users of your plugin?

    Thanks for the kind words. I’ll revisit your plugin again at a later date.


    Plugin Author Adam


    At best, my plugin might be reacting to another plugin you have installed.

    Anyway, I’m pretty anti-Google so I can guarantee there is nothing Google-related in my plugin.

    Check back with my plugin next week for version: 2.0

    Version 2.0 will be the fully rewritten one with plenty more features.


    Adam Zendarski

    I don’t have any Google plugins, except for Yoast plugin, which connects to Webmasters central.

    It’s possible there might be something in the theme.

    sounds good. Thanks for being very responsive Adam.

    Plugin Author Adam


    Yeah, it’s probably something in the theme. Like I said I don’t like Google that much and implementing the Google Maps API would take up a ridiculous and unnecessary amount of time, which I don’t have.

    Well, anyway, thank you for your interest in my plugin, and keep on the lookout for version 2.0.


    Adam Zendarski

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