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fuelthemes says

Hi everyone,

I see most authors here provide a google map shortcode with their themes. AFAIK , google requires you to use new API keys for every domain. So do you guys make an input for the buyers to enter their API keys?

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EugeneO says

Yes. A simple option text field that the user can copy paste their API into does the job fine.

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PurpleChamber says

google maps API v3 no longer needs API keys :)

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fuelthemes says
PurpleChamber said
google maps API v3 no longer needs API keys :)

But it requires HTML5 :)

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christopherjon says

I can’t remember off the top of my head how it’s done but there is a way to cheat and not use the API by using an iframe and the url of the map.

You could also use one of the other map options.

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