Support » Plugin: Event post » The Event Post map issue in browsers (Chrome, Firefox, IE)

  • Resolved fajterica


    I am getting an error “net::ERR_INSECURE_RESPONSE” in the Chrome console and an error “Error: WebGL warning: Failed to create WebGL context: failIfMajorPerformanceCaveat: Driver is not hardware-accelerated.” in Firefox. There is some issue with Openlayers.js. You can see icon map, but no map landscape.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Bastien Ho


    Hi, this thread is pretty old, but I can see the map on your link. Does the problem still occur?

    Hi, now I’m seeing map and map markers, but they aren’t clickable. In console I’m getting this error:
    eventpost.min.js?ver=4.5:1 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property ‘pan’ of undefined
    at K.<anonymous> (eventpost.min.js?ver=4.5:1)
    at K.b (OpenLayers.js?ver=4.5:46)
    at K.Sc.b (OpenLayers.js?ver=4.5:49)
    at (OpenLayers.js?ver=4.5:129)
    at be.b (OpenLayers.js?ver=4.5:46)
    at be.Sc.b (OpenLayers.js?ver=4.5:49)
    at ce (OpenLayers.js?ver=4.5:71)
    at (OpenLayers.js?ver=4.5:72)
    at Xd.b (OpenLayers.js?ver=4.5:46)
    at Xd.Sc.b (OpenLayers.js?ver=4.5:49)

    And – I wanted to display only map on the homepage and thats why I did some changes in css:

    .event_geolist_icon_loader {
    display: none;

    But then I can not have list of events on another page. Is there a way to have only map on homepage and list of events in another page?

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    Plugin Author Bastien Ho



    thank you for your feedback.

    The map : animation/pan issue have just been fixed. It will be released very soon.

    For the second question, you can use the [events_map] and [events_list] shortcodes on different pages.

    Hop it helps!

    Hi, thanks for answering 🙂

    Second question – I’m using these shortcodes on different pages: on homepage [events_map] and on the other [events_list], but I still have problem. If I don’t put that change in CSS, than I have event list on homepage with shortcode [events_map].

    Looking forward for new update 🙂

    Thank you very much! 🙂

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