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  1. Hey guys, I know that this is quite a longshot but I hope that there is someone here that can help me. We've had problems with our Store Locator on our homepage for quite a long time since it was missing an API Code (which we got today). The site I'm talking about is this: http://www.melon-helmets.com/en/stores The Problem is: I don't know where to put the API. There is this line of code <script src="http://maps.google.com/maps/api/js?sensor=false" type="text/javascript"></script> My guess was that I'd have to enter the API key after js?, by adding key=ourk
  2. I am trying to build a basic tool to display someones congress representative via zipcode. The API that I am trying to use is offered for free via: https://whoismyrepresentative.com The link to get the data via zipcode is: https://whoismyrepresentative.com/getall_mems.php?zip=31023 It can also be formatted for json like this: https://whoismyrepresentative.com/getall_mems.php?zip=31023&output=json I have read a ton of articles on how to display this data but the trouble I am having is getting the data to show up at all. My first attempt was based off w3schools exam
  3. I got the code below from W3Schools tutorial on Google maps. I also received an API code from google. When I try to put this on my site I get an error message in what looks like an iframe. I think I am suppose to do something additional with my api code. Google had me set a project name and then just generated a code. I don't know if I am suppose to do something besides generate that code in order for it to work for the specific map I want on my site. Can anyone tell me something obivous I am doing wrong or something that I still need to do on google? <script> function myMap(
  4. Hi all, I would like to understand how JS/jQuery can interact with PHP to upload a status and a picture from the HTML5 canvas to Twitter. I set up a similar thing for FB and it works. I don't get how to do it for Twitter and I haven't found much about it. Could you explain to me how it works? I currently have this JS/jQuery code as a starting point: var formData = new FormData(), mimetype = canvas.toDataURL().substring(canvas.toDataURL().lastIndexOf(":") + 1, canvas.toDataURL().lastIndexOf(";")), blob = dataURItoBlob(canvas.toDataURL().split(',')[1], mimetype); formData.app
  5. Hi, I am currently trying to implement the posting of a canvas image to a Twitter wall.Below, first you see the JS I came up with.What I can't figure out is how am I supposed to get the keys and tokens provided in the PHP function below that code. Such PHP function is contained in the uploadFile.php file.JS: var base64img = canvas.toDataURL().split(',')[1]; $.ajax({ url: "uploadFile.php", type: "POST", data: base64img, processData: false, contentType: "application/octet-stream",
  6. First of all, sorry if this is an inappropriate place to post this thread but I don't really know a better place to post it. This isn't any full time job, more of a partnership. I'm sure for a skilled programmer this would be rather easy.. But I am not one, which is why I'm looking for help.I want someone who can program games, such as a coin flipping game, slot machine game and games like blackjack (although, I have a coin flipping and slot machine game coded, just not by me) and integrate them with the Steam/CS:GO API, allowing users to log in, send CS:GO skins/knives (which can be
  7. Good day everyone, Do you have a Google Translate script, as much as possible a URL, that returns a JSON format? For example I pass this URL using an AJAX request: https://google-translate-api-domain.com/q=largeāŒ©=english&to=afrikaans maybe it will return: {"translation":"groot"} Thanks in advance! - Regicide Del Feroz
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