With the launch of Google Maps Platform, Google LLC introduced changes to their products, pricing, and support to provide users with greater flexibility, transparency, and control.
There are 2 possibilities for this problem :
- You didn't enter the API KEY for map browser.
In June 2016 Google announced that they would stop supporting keyless usage , this means that any client request that doesn't include an API key or Client ID. This went into effect on June 11 2018, and keyless access is no longer supported . On June 11, 2018 Google started requiring billable access to the Google Maps Platform API.
After that when you view the map page of a site not using an API key , you'll likely to see a Google Maps error that looks like this. To avoid this type of service interruption to your websites, visit Google's Get Started page to enable a billing account and generate an API key. Once you generate and secure an API key, make sure to update your application with the new API key .
Create a Google Maps API Key
- On the Credentials page, click Create credentials > API key.
- The API key created dialog displays your newly created API key.
- Click Close.
- The new API key is listed on the Credentials page under API keys.
Next step is to replace YOUR_API_KEY with the generated key:
Once you saved the code, wait for 5 minutes to refresh your webpage.
Enable your API Library
After login to Credentials page :
- Select the project used to create the code for your Google Maps API.
- On the API Page, click on Enable.
- Once enabled, you can see a comprehensive data table of your Google Maps API.
After that you can refresh your webpage to check if Maps is successfully showing you locations.
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