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Warning: Use of Document.load() is deprecated.

Thread began 8/28/2012 7:49 pm by dcb286193 | Last modified 8/29/2012 11:00 am by dcb286193 | 1457 views | 2 replies |


Warning: Use of Document.load() is deprecated.

I am receiving:

Warning: Use of Document.load() is deprecated. To upgrade your code, use DOM XMLHttpRequest object. For more help XMLHttpRequest.

when getting directions on my contact page (contactus.php) using Pro Maps for Google. I know it's just a warning and is not effecting anything as of yet but I try to resolve any issues before they get out of hand.

In addition, when previewing in chrome the map and driving directions do not show up and I am receiving:

"Uncaught ReferenceError: GBrowserIsCompatible is not defined"

error. Is this because of the way chrome functions with a secure site or is it something else I should be concerned about?

Any help in resolving this is appreciated.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have logged a bug to have the deprecated document.load issue looked into.

the problem in google is being caused because your page is served under https but there are links to outside resources using http:

<script type="text/javascript" src="">/*wagmp*/</script>

should be:
<script type="text/javascript" src="">/*wagmp*/</script>

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Thanks for the help, issue resolved.

Let me know when you find out about the deprecated document.load warning.

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