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I generate a URL to Google Maps from my website using localhost thus: "http://maps.google.com/maps/search/?api=1&query=address+city+state". But it generates an error on Google maps. However, I can copy this generated URL from the browser, paste it into my browser, and it works fine. Do I need a key or something more?

What I have tried:

I have tried various strings, all with the same result.
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Keviniano Gayo 18-Jul-18 11:24am    
Did you display the google map inside your web page using iframe?
Or did you generate a URL link from your web page that points to the above URL?
BobbyStrain 18-Jul-18 12:35pm    
I generate a URL link from my web page that points to the above URL. And I must click the link a second time to get the error. It says "Your client issued a request that was too large."
W.G.C. 6-Nov-18 22:55pm    
Can you post one of the URLs that are generated by the code?
BobbyStrain 7-Nov-18 10:12am    
You can just plug in any values for the items. Don't scrub the + in the string. I thought that I posted what worked. All I did is add a bit of javascript to redirect the postback to a new window. to fix the issue.

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