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Google Maps API Key in theme version 6.5

edited December 2018 in Other

I took over an existing WordPress website from a new client ( This site uses the BeTheme version 6.5 in combination of WPBakery Page Builder. I did buy a new license for the theme because the former webdesigner refuses to give the license key because he stopped his business.
I updated the theme to the latest version, but it messed up the website completley. The header is missing and all elements are misplaced. So I reverted back to the old version. The reason I bought a new license is because the Google Maps is not working anymore and I need to implement the Google Maps Javascript API Key. But in version 6.5 there is no option for it. Is there a way to put the API key somewhere in a file without having to update to the newest version of the theme?

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  • edited December 2018
    Hi Bryan,

    That's what I did. I made a backup, removed all the files from the theme folder through FTP and installed the new version of the theme through the WordPress website.

    I know that I have to place the JavaScript script for the Google API with the key somewhere. Normally this is done in the HTML file. But in WordPress and the themes it works differently. And that's my question. In what PHP file do I have to place that script so it works as it should?

    The problem is that my client wants the issue with the Google Map solved but doesn't want to pay for the time spent on rebuilding the design of the website.



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  • Hi Bryan,

    I paid for the new version of the theme and I paid for 6 months of support.
    Why I do I pay for support when I don't get suppport.

    Not very customer friendly!!!!



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  • Hi Bryan,

    Thank you for the reply!



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