Support » Plugin: Elementor Page Builder » Google-Maps widget not appearing on front end

  • Resolved Lina

    (@jumbureto)


    Hello!
    I searched the forum without any success … I am writing a post for the blog part of my website which I’m editing with Elementor.
    I inserted a map just at the end of the introduction before the divider
    cf. print screen with configuration of that section : Section ; Column ; GoogleMaps

    On the back end there is none?!

    Could you please advise ?
    Thank you in advance

    • This topic was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by Lina.

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  • Plugin Support davidr90

    (@davidr90)

    Have you tried going over our guide?
    https://docs.elementor.com/article/204-my-changes-do-not-appear-online

    It might help you solve this issue.

    Lina

    (@jumbureto)

    Hello!
    thank you for your respond… This video gave me some ideas, yet none of them worked.
    – I do not keep any cached info in my Browser by default – still I also checked it in “incognito”-mode – unfortunately same result.
    – I regenerated the CSS in Elementor’s Tools – (idem)
    – I migrated the CSS “Print Method” to “Internal Embedding” in Elementor’s advanced settings – (idem)
    => I did change it back to the previous ones done.

    – I use Futurio-theme and only one page-builder, the Elementor. I inserted the map by adding the google-maps widget, so I did not use any HTML tag that I would not have copied or closed properly. I just put the address in the indicated spot.
    – The only configuration I edited with the WP-editor is the SEO for the post, so I wouldn’t think it has any influence on the appearance of the page itself – or do I miss something?
    => It leaves me to open a ticket with my hosting-provider to ask them to flush the cache of the server.

    Would you have any other recommendations?

    Thank you for your support.
    BR,
    Lina

    Lina

    (@jumbureto)

    PS!
    Hello, after contacting the Hosting provider, they did not find any error so were not able to help. Would you have a different approach on how to resolve this issue?

    Thank you again for your help!
    BR,
    Lina

    Plugin Support davidr90

    (@davidr90)

    Have you tried deactivating all of your plugins except Elementor?
    Also please try temporarily switching your theme to a default WP theme (such as Twenty Sixteen).

    If these solutions won’t help you solve your issue. please send here your system info which can be found under WP dashboard > Elementor > System Info.

    Lina

    (@jumbureto)

    Hello again (:
    None of those solutions work for me!

    I also tried to insert an HTML-widget where I used the code to embed a map from Google-maps directly. It appeared on 1st charging of the front-end and only after applying more changes to the post, updating and recharging the front-end view – it disappeared again :((

    Yet, I found a solution to my problem by inserting (with copy-paste) of the widget-map of different page from the website. I took the map from the “Contact” page which is working without special configuration since the launching of the website a few months ago.

    The result being the most important in that matter, I will consider this topic being resolved. Still, I note the fact disturbing that the widget did not work after all the experiments and efforts.
    I hope this information will help others in my position…

    Thank you for your support!
    BR,
    Lina

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