Google Maps Not Working?
Invalid or No Google API Key Set
A typical example of what you will see in place of the Google map option does not have a registered API key or the key has been implemented incorrectly:
Use The Chrome Browser DevTools To Diagnose
You will need the Chrome browser for this, download here. Once installed, navigate to the page that displays the Google Map and follow the instructions below:
Google Maps API Error Explanation
Setup Your Google Maps API Key
To set up your Google Map API key please do follow their detailed instructions in the ‘Get API Key’ article.
Here are some important articles to read with regard to recent changes implemented by Google for Google Maps usage:
Users will need to add their billing info to Google Maps, although they won’t be charged unless they are over $200 per month. Google already sent an email to users which use it’s Maps service. That email also includes their assessment for currently used API keys, so it should be clear if user would need to pay for Maps service in future or not. View Google’s email notification.
Check The Address Format
Use a correct address and not google map embed code, or longitude/latitude. It has to be a written address, example below:
775 New York Ave, Brooklyn, Kings, New York 11203
Copyright Text Formatting
The copyright text has to have complete, valid HTML markup. Valid HTML is required for theme to function properly. Please make sure to format the HTML correctly anywhere so that issues like this don’t happen. Click Here For An Example.
Potential 3rd Party Plugin Conflict
Third party plugins may be conflicting with the map feature. Please disable any plugins that were not included with Avada to see it if fixes the issue. If it does, enable the plugins one by one to find the culprit.