Discussion on Responsive Styled Google Maps - WordPress Plugin


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The latest version is 4.0 and brings support for retina icons.

Hey, Presale question. Your plugin looks great but dose it allow multiple pins on each map which are filterable. – see example



Hi, unfortunately the plugin can’t create filterable multiple pins like in your example. Thank you!

Got an error that says “Google Maps was not read correctly on the page. See the JavaScript console for technical information.”

Using the latest, yes. Got a map now, but still struggling with the tool. Seems to be a lot of manual parameters to fix myself…

No, now i still get API error. Have done everything ok as i can se.

Please let me know what the error says. Or at least give me a link to the live page that contains the map.

I can’t help you without knowing what error it is. :-)


asemio Purchased

I was having issues with version 3.2 where it would not refresh the map in the helper and would not generate a shortcode (the address is ALWAYS Yeronga QLD 4104, Australia). I have upgraded to the latest plugin version (4.0) on WP 4.5.3 and the map helper still does not refresh with the new address, does not generate a shortcode and does not display the map on the page, even though I have a valid Google API saved in the helper. This plugin did work for me briefly when I first installed it but has been broken since. I have used other map plugins on this theme (Jupiter 5.1.8) and they work just fine. It would be nice if this one did too. You can check it here:


asemio Purchased

I have added the key to the shortcode and the map does now display. However, I am still receiving errors and the map markers do not appear on the map.

In the source code of the page, the markers list appears to be empty. (markers = [] thus empty list).

If you wish, send me please the complete shortcode you are using and I’ll have a look.


asemio Purchased

Email with source code sent.

Hi, how to prevent Google Maps from scrolling and activate the zoom with a click? Is it possible in the options? By default, the scroll zoom on the map off and activate it after you double-click on the map? On this page, I found information that you can add java script code, and then it will work – http://www.oneclickms.co.uk/wordpress-how-to-prevent-google-maps-from-scrolling-and-activate-the-zoom-with-a-click/

Hi, to which product are you referring to? The map WordPress plugin? Or the map jQuery/HTML5 version? Also, I do not see the buyer badge, please contact me from the account from where you have purchased the product. Thank you.

I am having trouble getting the tab under Settings to show up at all. Do you think that you plugin works with Divi? Maybe I have another plugin conflict? I thought I would try out the Lite to see if I want to get the Pro. So I downloaded the Lite through Wordpress plugins and activated it. Thanks

Hi, the Responsive Styled Google Maps Helper screen (under the Settings tab) is a feature only available in the Pro version which is available here, on codecanyon. And yes, both the Lite and Pro version work with Divi, there were clients who used them together and they worked. Warm regards

hello, I would like to ask if it’s possible to convert a specific map with multiple location to pdf file.

Hi, no, this plugin can’t do this. I’m not sure, though, if you need to save the entire map? Or only the addresses? The plugin can’t export to pdf or to any other file format. There is an online website that handles addresses in batch, maybe it can be helpful for your use case: http://www.findlatitudeandlongitude.com/batch-geocode/#.WB8nI8m2nDd

Warm regards,


Hello, the geolocation button, does not work on mobile phone, nor in the browser of croome. Only works well in mozilla and explorer, could look this.good

Hello, thank you for letting me know, I wasn’t aware of this.

It seems that the geolocation is a feature that Google recently disabled on websites without https. So the geolocation (that “locate me” button) will only work on https domains.

This link has more details about this: https://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/dev/Home/chromium-security/deprecating-powerful-features-on-insecure-origins

So if your domain is not on https, a solution would be to just disable the geolocation by setting in the map shortcode: locateme=”no”.

Hi. Very well I activated the SSL certificate on my website and it works, so that was the reason, thanks for your help.

For people who do not know much of wordpress, once activated your ssl certificate of your domain you have to go to settings (general) of your wordpress panel and change

WordPress address (URL) remove http://yourdomain.com, and change it to https://yourdomain.com

Site address (URL) remove http://yourdomain.com, and change it to https://yourdomain.com

Your plugin breaks this plugin functionality https://codecanyon.net/item/frontend-builder-wordpress-content-assembler-page-builder-drag-drop-page-composer/5310338

When I try to edit page with “Frontend Builder” I get this js error:

Uncaught ReferenceError: pluginurl is not defined ......./wp-content/plugins/responsive-maps-plugin/includes/js/resmap.admin.min.js

Although I think it’s viceversa (that plugin has errors in it thus giving all sort of messages from other plugins), I’ll investigate and let you know as soon as possible.


Please let that frontend builder plugin developers know that their plugin displays some notices in debug.log (like this one: PHP Notice: Undefined offset: 0 in C:\xampp\htdocs\wordpress\wp-content\plugins\builder\functions\shortcode_list.php on line 2202

Also, they are doing a strange thing in their plugin which should not be ever done: they are displaying all the admin scripts (from all plugins) in their edit_page.php file, with this code:


This is the code that displays that javascript error you were talking about (my map plugin uses a PHP variable which is sent only from the map admin screen, that is why printing directly the javascript from all admin pages is not such a good idea – but it seems that frontend builder does it…)

Anyway, to prevent plugins like this builder plugin to display the admin scripts from my map plugin (thus throwing errors) I already have a small fix which I will include in my next update too.

If you wish to receive earlier the fix, please email me at greenline@yava.ro and I will send it immediately.


What the fix does:

it executes the javascript code of this map plugin only if the scripts are called from map admin (not from somewhere else).

Multiple pin is not working I use the following: 26.841837,-80.1356549 / 26.6637478,-80.1128623 and get a blank map. If I use only one it works

Hi, you are using the slash symbol between pins ( / ) but please use the pipeline symbol instead, as indicated in the documentation (the | symbol).