Nothing else was updated during this time. The only thing that changed was the update to your theme.
Yes; there are numerous plugins installed on the site. We disabled the google-related ones when this problem started, with no luck, the message still appears.
One of them must not like your update.
I guess my next step will be to uninstall your theme, and go back to the old version – can’t very well uninstall anything else, it’s all needed.
I did not actually get a chance to revert back;
First I looked in the functions.php. but I did not find that line.
Then I looked closer; I did realize that the error with the js in the header was being added from the Photosmash Plugin.
It never happened before the update, and the photosmash plugin hasn’t been updated since either.
I do appreciate the help, perhaps this info will point out where the problem is? Thanks for trying, regardless!
The same happens to me. After installing any plugin that is connected to Google the following message appears
Every page that loads in WordPress Admin shows this warning:
The Google Maps API server rejected your request. The “sensor” parameter specified in the request must be set to either “true” or “false”.
Please help me resolving this issue!
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