Support » Plugin: Comprehensive Google Map Plugin » [Plugin: Comprehensive Google Map Plugin] Plugin was working great but has stopped?!

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  • Plugin Contributor alexanderzagniotov

    (@alexanderzagniotov)

    Hi, will have to check in a few hours as I am on the way to work.
    Regards

    Plugin Contributor alexanderzagniotov

    (@alexanderzagniotov)

    Hi, when checking HTML source of your site, I saw that something loading jQuery library again on top of default jQuery provided by WP:

    ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.js?ver=3.3.1

    This is not good.

    I hope this helps

    Plugin Contributor alexanderzagniotov

    (@alexanderzagniotov)

    Propbably, one of your plugins

    Ok, thanks – I’ll take a look.

    Hi Alex, I’ve tried deactivating each of my other plugins in turn but can’t seem to get the map to load. Are you able to identify which plugin/other instance of jQuery is causing the issue?

    Ignore that – I found the problem plugin. It’s called “DM Albums”. Is there another good album plugin you can recommend that is compatible with your map plugin?

    Plugin Contributor alexanderzagniotov

    (@alexanderzagniotov)

    Hold to that thought , I will apply a fix tonight that should allow you to run the album
    plugin

    Plugin is now broken with the following error on Chrome:
    “Uncaught ReferenceError: jQueryCgmp is not defined”

    Plugin Contributor alexanderzagniotov

    (@alexanderzagniotov)

    Hm… All works in chrome for me. What is your blog/site URL?

    Plugin Contributor alexanderzagniotov

    (@alexanderzagniotov)

    Hi,

    My understanding is that the zoom must be set within the KML itself using some sort of configuration. I have never done it my self, so I cannot be sure.

    Also, to point something out: try not to have spaces in your file names, for example: lintonstudios.co.uk/santmap/Sant_Angelo_Italian_Restaurant_in_Wetherby.kml

    Hi Alexander,

    My pages that use the plugin are

    1) http://www.endiprev.com/projects

    Error “Uncaught ReferenceError: jQueryCgmp is not defined” on line 265 using the code:

    [google-map-v3 width="700" height="350" zoom="12" maptype="TERRAIN" mapalign="center" latitude="0" longitude="0" kml="http://www.endiprev.com/share/endiprev-projects.kml" showmarker="true" animation="DROP" maptypecontrol="false" pancontrol="false" zoomcontrol="true" scalecontrol="false" streetviewcontrol="false" bubbleautopan="false" showbike="false" showtraffic="false" showpanoramio="false"]

    2) http://www.endiprev.com/contact

    Error “Uncaught ReferenceError: jQueryCgmp is not defined” on line 269 using the code:

    [google-map-v3 width="350" height="350" zoom="12" maptype="ROADMAP" mapalign="center" addmarkerlist="http://maps.google.pt/maps/ms?authuser=0&vps=2&hl=pt-PT&ie=UTF8&msa=0&output=kml&msid=204075953500527962928.0004b8892416f7465c729{}1-default.png" kml="http://maps.google.pt/maps/ms?authuser=0&vps=2&hl=pt-PT&ie=UTF8&msa=0&output=kml&msid=204075953500527962928.0004b8892416f7465c729" maptypecontrol="true" pancontrol="true" zoomcontrol="true" scalecontrol="true" streetviewcontrol="true" bubbleautopan="true" showbike="false" showtraffic="false" showpanoramio="false"]

    This is using Chrome (18.0.1025.11 beta-m) Developer Tools.

    Thanks a lot!

    Plugin Contributor alexanderzagniotov

    (@alexanderzagniotov)

    Hi thank you for the info.
    Just to confirm, are you using Chrome beta version? If yes, have you tested it on stable Chrome?

    Another question – in the second shortcode, why did you put that URL in the ‘addmarkerlist’?
    What are you trying to achieve ? That property is not for URLs, but for address strings or latitude,longitude…

    I will have a look at ur problem ASAP
    Cheers

    Plugin Contributor alexanderzagniotov

    (@alexanderzagniotov)

    Ok…. your problem has nothing to do with Chrome… Same thing in every browser. When inspecting HTML source of your pages (both) where the map is, I could not see plugin scripts loaded!

    The “…wp-content/plugins/comprehensive-google-map-plugin/assets/js/cgmp-framework.min.js?ver=6.0.1..” is not there!

    I noticed that you are using W3 Total Cache, I cant be sure whether it is because of some caching or not. I am not sure.

    All I can say, try to re install the plugin, but before try to clear the W3Total cache

    I hope this helps…

    Plugin Contributor alexanderzagniotov

    (@alexanderzagniotov)

    @russelldav, did you update to the recent version 6.0.1? Can you confirm if there are any problems?

    Alex, I’ve a feeling I’m still in 6.0.0. which is now working beautifully. I’ll try it and let you know. Bear with me though – I’m moving from the UK to India this weekend so have lots of things to do :op

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