Google Maps API

Any idea why a Google Maps API would work perfectly when the website is on my laptop at home and then when I publish to the internet it fails with the message:

This web site needs a different Google Maps API key. A new key can be generated at http://code.google.com/apis/maps/signup.html.

I have gone to Google twice tonight and generated new keys and they both worked great when I preview my own site folder but not after I publish?

Website is not blocked or anything strange?

Here is a link to the test website & page with the error:
http://soloniuk.com/soloniuk/contactus.html

Dale Josephson
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My first thought on this would be on how your site is hosted.

Is it a shared host, one domain parked on top of another or something else like that and so the ‘host’ domain is not the domain you signed up to get the key for.

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Your key doesn’t look right for that domain. When you sign up for the key you should just be entering the domain “http://soloniuk.com”, not the domain plus the path “http://soloniuk.com/soloniuk/contactus.html”.

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 08:08, DeltaDave wrote:

My first thought on this would be on how your site is hosted.

Is it a shared host, one domain parked on top of another or something else like that and so the ‘host’ domain is not the domain you signed up to get the key for.

David


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No the domain has it’s own IP.

Dale Josephson
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My first thought on this would be on how your site is hosted.

Is it a shared host, one domain parked on top of another or something else like that and so the ‘host’ domain is not the domain you signed up to get the key for.

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I entered http:/soloniuk.com when I signed up for the key.

All 3 keys I have had over the last 36 hours work great on my DSL connection at my office on my office laptop, but fail when I move the site up to the web?

Dale Josephson
Dale Josephson Consulting
Apple Developer & Support
(530) 241-8227

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On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday1:14 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

Your key doesn’t look right for that domain. When you sign up for the key you should just be entering the domain “http://soloniuk.com”, not the domain plus the path “http://soloniuk.com/soloniuk/contactus.html”.

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 08:08, DeltaDave wrote:

My first thought on this would be on how your site is hosted.

Is it a shared host, one domain parked on top of another or something else like that and so the ‘host’ domain is not the domain you signed up to get the key for.

David


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Hi Dale,

The key isn’t required to view the site locally, it only gets checked when used online.

You key should be:

ABQIAAAAbGF12eK9mCUHuD6tRNGcFRRI8CerecMUnwACgBAZs5GPwnGpwhRv6Piz6dHvX2UenbqPhPREzsiWsg

Yours is currently set as:

ABQIAAAAOeFqJgB2TiMMpwT2LVqsNBRfkuXkBKHwxZ64oIknKuva9Xj3pBS56Gf5mTVq2eNeqgTP8p2VEbnFsQ

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 16:14, Dale Josephson wrote:

I entered http:/soloniuk.com when I signed up for the key.

All 3 keys I have had over the last 36 hours work great on my DSL connection at my office on my office laptop, but fail when I move the site up to the web?

Dale Josephson
Dale Josephson Consulting
Apple Developer & Support
(530) 241-8227

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On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday1:14 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

Your key doesn’t look right for that domain. When you sign up for the key you should just be entering the domain “http://soloniuk.com”, not the domain plus the path “http://soloniuk.com/soloniuk/contactus.html”.

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 08:08, DeltaDave wrote:

My first thought on this would be on how your site is hosted.

Is it a shared host, one domain parked on top of another or something else like that and so the ‘host’ domain is not the domain you signed up to get the key for.

David


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Your key works beautifully.

Thanks a million but any idea why the key(s) I was generating were failing?

Did you just generate a key for soloniuk.com and that was all?

Dale Josephson
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Apple Developer & Support

On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday8:38 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

Hi Dale,

The key isn’t required to view the site locally, it only gets checked when used online.

You key should be:

ABQIAAAAbGF12eK9mCUHuD6tRNGcFRRI8CerecMUnwACgBAZs5GPwnGpwhRv6Piz6dHvX2UenbqPhPREzsiWsg

Yours is currently set as:

ABQIAAAAOeFqJgB2TiMMpwT2LVqsNBRfkuXkBKHwxZ64oIknKuva9Xj3pBS56Gf5mTVq2eNeqgTP8p2VEbnFsQ

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 16:14, Dale Josephson wrote:

I entered http:/soloniuk.com when I signed up for the key.

All 3 keys I have had over the last 36 hours work great on my DSL connection at my office on my office laptop, but fail when I move the site up to the web?

Dale Josephson
Dale Josephson Consulting
Apple Developer & Support
(530) 241-8227

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On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday1:14 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

Your key doesn’t look right for that domain. When you sign up for the key you should just be entering the domain “http://soloniuk.com”, not the domain plus the path “http://soloniuk.com/soloniuk/contactus.html”.

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 08:08, DeltaDave wrote:

My first thought on this would be on how your site is hosted.

Is it a shared host, one domain parked on top of another or something else like that and so the ‘host’ domain is not the domain you signed up to get the key for.

David


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I used your full domain:

http://soloniuk.com

The key is just generated from that string of characters and will always be the same if you use the same domain.

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 17:48, Dale Josephson wrote:

Your key works beautifully.

Thanks a million but any idea why the key(s) I was generating were failing?

Did you just generate a key for soloniuk.com and that was all?

Dale Josephson
Dale Josephson Consulting
Apple Developer & Support

On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday8:38 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

Hi Dale,

The key isn’t required to view the site locally, it only gets checked when used online.

You key should be:

ABQIAAAAbGF12eK9mCUHuD6tRNGcFRRI8CerecMUnwACgBAZs5GPwnGpwhRv6Piz6dHvX2UenbqPhPREzsiWsg

Yours is currently set as:

ABQIAAAAOeFqJgB2TiMMpwT2LVqsNBRfkuXkBKHwxZ64oIknKuva9Xj3pBS56Gf5mTVq2eNeqgTP8p2VEbnFsQ

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 16:14, Dale Josephson wrote:

I entered http:/soloniuk.com when I signed up for the key.

All 3 keys I have had over the last 36 hours work great on my DSL connection at my office on my office laptop, but fail when I move the site up to the web?

Dale Josephson
Dale Josephson Consulting
Apple Developer & Support
(530) 241-8227

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On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday1:14 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

Your key doesn’t look right for that domain. When you sign up for the key you should just be entering the domain “http://soloniuk.com”, not the domain plus the path “http://soloniuk.com/soloniuk/contactus.html”.

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 08:08, DeltaDave wrote:

My first thought on this would be on how your site is hosted.

Is it a shared host, one domain parked on top of another or something else like that and so the ‘host’ domain is not the domain you signed up to get the key for.

David


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thanks, I must have added the www to the name or something simple?

Dale Josephson
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On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday10:12 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

I used your full domain:

http://soloniuk.com

The key is just generated from that string of characters and will always be the same if you use the same domain.

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 17:48, Dale Josephson wrote:

Your key works beautifully.

Thanks a million but any idea why the key(s) I was generating were failing?

Did you just generate a key for soloniuk.com and that was all?

Dale Josephson
Dale Josephson Consulting
Apple Developer & Support

On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday8:38 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

Hi Dale,

The key isn’t required to view the site locally, it only gets checked when used online.

You key should be:

ABQIAAAAbGF12eK9mCUHuD6tRNGcFRRI8CerecMUnwACgBAZs5GPwnGpwhRv6Piz6dHvX2UenbqPhPREzsiWsg

Yours is currently set as:

ABQIAAAAOeFqJgB2TiMMpwT2LVqsNBRfkuXkBKHwxZ64oIknKuva9Xj3pBS56Gf5mTVq2eNeqgTP8p2VEbnFsQ

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 16:14, Dale Josephson wrote:

I entered http:/soloniuk.com when I signed up for the key.

All 3 keys I have had over the last 36 hours work great on my DSL connection at my office on my office laptop, but fail when I move the site up to the web?

Dale Josephson
Dale Josephson Consulting
Apple Developer & Support
(530) 241-8227

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On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday1:14 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

Your key doesn’t look right for that domain. When you sign up for the key you should just be entering the domain “http://soloniuk.com”, not the domain plus the path “http://soloniuk.com/soloniuk/contactus.html”.

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 08:08, DeltaDave wrote:

My first thought on this would be on how your site is hosted.

Is it a shared host, one domain parked on top of another or something else like that and so the ‘host’ domain is not the domain you signed up to get the key for.

David


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Yep, it’s an easy mistake to make!

On 2 Mar 2011, at 18:19, Dale Josephson wrote:

thanks, I must have added the www to the name or something simple?

Dale Josephson
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On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday10:12 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

I used your full domain:

http://soloniuk.com

The key is just generated from that string of characters and will always be the same if you use the same domain.

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 17:48, Dale Josephson wrote:

Your key works beautifully.

Thanks a million but any idea why the key(s) I was generating were failing?

Did you just generate a key for soloniuk.com and that was all?

Dale Josephson
Dale Josephson Consulting
Apple Developer & Support

On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday8:38 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

Hi Dale,

The key isn’t required to view the site locally, it only gets checked when used online.

You key should be:

ABQIAAAAbGF12eK9mCUHuD6tRNGcFRRI8CerecMUnwACgBAZs5GPwnGpwhRv6Piz6dHvX2UenbqPhPREzsiWsg

Yours is currently set as:

ABQIAAAAOeFqJgB2TiMMpwT2LVqsNBRfkuXkBKHwxZ64oIknKuva9Xj3pBS56Gf5mTVq2eNeqgTP8p2VEbnFsQ

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 16:14, Dale Josephson wrote:

I entered http:/soloniuk.com when I signed up for the key.

All 3 keys I have had over the last 36 hours work great on my DSL connection at my office on my office laptop, but fail when I move the site up to the web?

Dale Josephson
Dale Josephson Consulting
Apple Developer & Support
(530) 241-8227

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On Mar 2, 2011, at Wednesday1:14 AM, Joe Billings wrote:

Your key doesn’t look right for that domain. When you sign up for the key you should just be entering the domain “http://soloniuk.com”, not the domain plus the path “http://soloniuk.com/soloniuk/contactus.html”.

Joe

On 2 Mar 2011, at 08:08, DeltaDave wrote:

My first thought on this would be on how your site is hosted.

Is it a shared host, one domain parked on top of another or something else like that and so the ‘host’ domain is not the domain you signed up to get the key for.

David


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