Yesterday I inserted a zhgooglemap call with a wrong map-number. When i opended the page, I got a white space instead the map, and in the center of the map a turning "wheel". No change after correction of zhgooglemap call.
Problem: I can not stop that wheel:
- after closing / opening Firefox, the wheel is still shown, on all pages containig zhgooglemap calls on that web-site.
- after shut-down of client yesterday and restart today, that wheel is still shown, on all pages containig zhgooglemap calls on that web-site.
But maps are shown as expeced on that "problem" web-site
- using Firefox a different client machine
- using EDGE on "Problem" client machine
I didn't understand you right.
When you open your page - and get constant loading image - it means error in map page definition.
Protocol (http / https) can't cause stop showing this image.
Do you have empty page with map and loading image?
As for Protocol option:
- if your site forced change to https (by site config settings) - you can get warning for mixed content. In this case you have to change protocol to https
In future I'll add setting to automatic detection protocol
The problem was caused by "Murphy's law": Two things happened at the same time:
- I changed site call from HTTP to HTTPS without careful testing everything (did not test Google maps on my pages)
- had a typing error on zhgooglemap number
Together this caused that loop, and I forgot to look a browser console....
Automatic detection protocol could certainly help those un-careful users to avoid problems of mixed content.
So sorry again for disturbing with a problem caused by myself