Thankfully our MySLP users don’t have to deal with this sort of thing; but if you are using the self-managed WordPress plugins, read on.
Stop the Google API key madness with MySLP
MySLP drops the Google API key madness once-and-for-all. If you are tired of the API key game, it may be time to switch.
If you have recently ported a WordPress site from another server or from a staging site to a production site and the address lookup in Store Locator Plus is failing — you may have an incomplete port. There are a few simple ways to tell that the WordPress configuration is incorrect. This video for our WordPress folks will help you determine if your “ported configuration” is the culprit.
Thankfully our MySLP users never have to deal with this sort of issue — but for our WordPress users that may have an incorrectly ported site, watch this:
If you are in North America you may be asking where is Toronto, Ontario. Depending whom you ask, the answer can be slightly different. It turns out that asking Google Maps Canada yields a different answer than if you pose the same question via Google Maps API.
We’ve touched on this disparity in a prior post about Google Maps returning inaccurate results. Today we’ll discuss a specific example for Toronto, Ontario.
And if you are wondering — our vote is that Toronto, Ontario is at