After uploading files to my a cPanel Linux site, I'm getting a "Oops! Something went wrong.
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After publishing my site, I'm getting a "Oops! Something went wrong.
I'm having the same issue - I have 20+ sites I manage on GoDaddy and this is the first time I've seen this error appear.
This is an unusual issue. I wasn't able to duplicate the error in a test account. But if you're both seeing it, it seems like there may be some kind of issue. My first suggestion would be to get in touch with our support team so they can take a closer look. Beyond that, posting more information about the issue like your domain and what theme you're using may help move the discussion forward. Thanks!
Are you trying to embed google maps into your site page by any chance?
Don't do this.
Get a map image, Wikipedia is a good place to look because they licence on Creative Commons licence.
Use google maps to go to where you are on the map.
Click once only in the search bar, the short url will be fully expanded. Copy this link.
Link your still map photo to the link you just copied.
When you click on the photo (link the whole image, not just a title) it will take you direct to Google maps. This is perfectly legal and legitimate and providing google don't change their link, yours will work too. They rarely do this, but if your map stops working in the future, refresh the link.
Update: This message is due to Google now requiring a API in the code. This happened sometime during 2016. Here are links to explain more about this and how to correct it.
Tip: On my site/template the script was actually in the header of my page vs in the script.js file.
I have the same problem.
this is website : http://www.thailandwiseman.com/contact-us.html
please check and give me a suggestion or fix it. thanks
I never got a response to my last question but am hoping to get a response to this one. Our location is recognized by Google Maps and the map shows up when editing the site. However, after publishing to the web, there is a message where the map should be that says, "Google -This page can't load Google Maps correctly. Do you own this website?" When I click the "OK" button provided, the message goes away and the map shows up in a darkened version. Can anyone tell me how to fix this problem? Is this a GoDaddy issue? It's impossible to get any help from them. Their phone numbers are not toll-free and CHAT is no longer available! Here is a link to the web page: http://www.littlevikings4k.com/contact-us.html.
In my Google Map Doesn't display correctly message, there is no link to details or a way to fix it. Here is the link to my page so you can see what comes up: http://www.littlevikings4k.com/contact-us.html
And in case you are wondering, we do indeed own the website. Hope someone can help.
Google did make an update to the way maps display online which affected the Website Builder map widget. We have rolled out an update to fix the errors and update the map widget to be compatible with Google's current standards.
If you find that the map widget on your Website Builder is still displaying an error, please contact our Customer Support team and we will ensure the issue gets resolved.
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