Unable to "find your current location" in Explore map interface

Platform: Website

Browser: Chrome or Safari (not Firefox)

URLs (aka web addresses) of any relevant observations or pages:

Screenshots of what you are seeing:

Description of problem:

Step 1: Browse the URL shown above

Step 2: Click the icon “Find your current location”

Step 3: An error window will appear (see image above). Click OK.

From the JavaScript console:

Loading the Google Maps JavaScript API without a callback is not supported: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/url-params#required_parameters
iea @ js?v=3.48&key=AIzaSyDsHVgl1tZrI_tlyI8Rg6n6SUEvSHQjfkE&libraries=places,geometry,drawing:248
Google Maps JavaScript API warning: RetiredVersion https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/error-messages#retired-version

i suspect this isn’t a bug. if you deny the webpage access to your location, or maybe if you deny the browser access to your location, then the page won’t be able to get a location. check your browser setting to make sure you have allowed it access to your location, etc.


Yes, that was it. I relaxed the blocking restriction and was able to get beyond the error message. Thanks!