My problem concerns the use of Google Maps. I embedded a map in one of my pages and added a link below the map that reloads the map to show another location so the visitor can see other locations on the same embedded map. I am using the following code (I have cut the Google Map address to simplify the example):
<iframe id="MapLocal" width="500" height="412" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" src="http://maps.google.com/maps...."</iframe><a href="#">Link to new Location</a>
I have not had any problems for the past year and it worked really well. But now all of a sudden it won’t work. I have tried disabling my plug ins one by one and none of them seem to be responsible for breaking the functionality.
If I simply copy and paste the same code into a HTML page it works fine indicating it is WordPress that all of a sudden has a problem. I can’t think if anything I changed recently that might have effected this other than install a Google Site Map plugin. But I tried disabling that anyway and the problem remained.
Can any one offer a possible solution or reason why this broke all of a sudden?
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