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Pro Maps gives me repeated error message

Thread began 1/05/2012 4:53 pm by deb.ozarko433409 | Last modified 1/05/2012 5:38 pm by deb.ozarko433409 | 1124 views | 4 replies |

deb.ozarko433409

Pro Maps gives me repeated error message

I tried to get technical support but no luck so I hope this forum will be able to help me out. I have Pro Maps for Google and it no longer works for me. The serial number indicates that it is still valid so I'm confused because it's worked flawlessly for me in the past. Whenever I try to view a page with a map I've created with Pro Maps, I get an error message as follows:

This web site needs a different Google Maps API key. A new key can be generated at (url).

I have maps on 3 different website and they all say show the same error message. I need this fixed asap. Please tell me what's wrong. Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

On the first page of the pro maps wizard, you need to enter the API Key for your live website.

If you do not have an API key for the domain already, you need to get from google at the following address:

signup.html

you will need to generate a new API key for each domain, and enter that in the Pro Maps wizard.

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deb.ozarko433409

I understand this, however, in the past, ProMaps generated the correct API key and made it very easy for me. How has this changed? I've also gone to this link, generated the new API key and replaced the key that Pro Maps generated and my maps still don't work. I'm at a total loss now. I'm not a programmer which is why I purchased Pro Maps in the first place. I'm just confused why it seems to be more challenging to use now.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

pro maps never generates the api key for you, you need to go to the google site and geneerate the api key for the domain.


it will remember the last api key that you used, but if you creating the map for a different domain, you will need to enter the correct api key for that domain.

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deb.ozarko433409

Ahhh...that's the problem then. I'll give your suggestion a try and hope for the best. Thanks.

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