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Can't see the map

fingeradmin replied the topic: Can't see the map

2 weeks 4 days ago

Hello Arnaud,

the Developer Console shows several errors:

- "window.addEvent is not a function" -> the Plugin is set to use mootools.
Go to the Plugin options and enable "use jQuery".

- the following two GET errors seem to come from your template or from some other plugin - i suspect the template because it tries to load css files from another server

- the last two indicate that you're trying to use Google Maps but don't have the required API keys. Either get them from Google or use a different map layer - OpenStreetMap layers will always work ;-)



hth & cheers, Frank

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arnaudveynes replied the topic: Can't see the map

2 weeks 4 days ago

Hello,
Sorry to bother you, but I have exactly the same issue and no one of your solution does work :
I can see the elevation chart but not the map :
oms-veynes.fr/index.php/cross-triathlon/...ours-cross-triathlon

thank you for your help,
Kind regards,
Arnaud

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fingeradmin replied the topic: Can't see the map

1 month 2 weeks ago

Hi Lutz,

hmm. strange. So just the usual tips:
a)
- use Chrome
- hit F12
- reload your page
- look for any error messages in the Console output

b)
- look at the html source for your page
- search for "GPXTrackMap" there - there should be a comment with that text in it where the map should go

hth & cheers, Frank

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lutzhauptmann created the topic: Can't see the map

1 month 2 weeks ago

Hello,
I've inserted the invocation code {gpxtrackmap} track.gpx {/gpxtrackmap} in an existing file. In the front end is nothing to see on the page, the text flows constantly, no empty rectangle, not at all.
I've tried the code in a new page with a short test text only. Same result, no map, nothing at all, also no invocation code at the frontend to see. The code is not within HTML code.
Joomla 3.9.16, jQuery: yes
Any idea or tip?

Best regrads
Lutz

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