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Posted on 2014-03-14
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I have a page with an API Google Map at www.mauivacationrental.com/test.htm  I'd like to be able to edit this page on my local disc, but it won't load.   There is a script in the <HEAD> which includes this code:
src="//maps.google.com/maps/api/js?sensor=false"

If I add "http:" or "https:" before the double-slash, the page will load from local disc, but the Google Map will not appear.

Editing the page is difficult without access from local disc, because I need to upload every change in order to evaluate it.
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What if you open the page locally with e.g. Google Chrome and deverloper tools open?
It should give you some error which might help you further.
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Gary earned 125 total points
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How are you loading it from local disk?
http://localhost

or as I suspect
file///c:/drive.
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by:ddantes
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Solved by downloading the Google js and invoking the script on local drive, instead of through a URL.
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