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I have a domain parked in a register and pointing to server by using DNS.

The new DNS are ns.dinahosting.com and ns1.dinahosting.com

If I sign up for a Google Maps API key using the domain name: www.example.com it doesn't work.

Should I try using the DNS value for sign up for a Google Maps API key?

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Check out Google Maps JavaScript API V3. No API key is required so this shouldn't be an issue.

If you need an API key, have you tried the wildcard solution (i.e. dropping the www. bit)?

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I using Drupal gmap module, and it requires the Api key. –  chefnelone Aug 5 '11 at 11:45
edited answer. Try just mydomain.com –  stumac85 Aug 5 '11 at 11:51
got it working. Thanks. –  chefnelone Aug 5 '11 at 12:17

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