Support » Plugin: HubSpot for WordPress » Google Maps API server rejected your request

  • John


    After recently installing 1.7 of the plugin, I started getting the following pop-up warning window in the browser when visiting my site:

    The google maps api server rejected your request. The “Sensor” parameter specified in the request must be set to either “true” or “false”.

    I was able to track it down to wp-content/plugins/hubspot/inc/hs-contact.php. On line 26 it reads:

    function hs_contact_scripts() {
    wp_enqueue_script(‘google-maps’, ‘’);

    Commenting this out with a “//” resolved the error.

    What functionality does this provide? What am I going to miss out on with tracking with this commented out?

    According to the google API docs, it states the following format should be used:"

    With the API_KEY being your google apps api. Do I need to set up a google apps api for this functionality to work?

    What needs to be done in order to be able to uncomment this line and have the unknown functionality enabled?

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  • John


    I updated the plugin to 1.8.2 and still I am getting this error on EVERY page load. Absolutely frustrating…

    I had to go back and re-implement the above work-around to rectify.

    As a paying member for Hubspot, I called support. The canned answer is to take it up on the forums. <priceless>

    This worked for me {using a different theme}.

    Go to Appearance > Editor > Theme Functions (functions.php)

    Find: wp_enqueue_script( 'googleapis', '');

    Replace with: wp_enqueue_script( 'googleapis', '');

    From what I understand, this is related to the Map located on most contact pages.



    webbwow’s fix should be implemented.

    I have SSL on my site and because the google maps api is enqueued as http: I keep getting “Display unsecure content” messages for all of my users.

    Perhaps this should be
    wp_enqueue_script( 'googleapis', '//');
    which will then apply http or https depending on if the site has SSL or not.

    I didn’t have this issue until I installed Eventbrite plugin. I’ve uninstalled the plugin; however, I continue to receive this error message. I have checked the theme’s function.php file and searched for the code you provided; however, there isn’t such code listed. How do I clear this error message when I don’t have an active plugin? Is there another .php file I should search?

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