Geolocation Issues on Browsers
Many browsers have recently changed their policy regarding location services. All requests
for HTML location services (specifically “Use my location”) will fail unless the requesting
site is using SSL. We can and should expect that this will be followed by all browsers in
Who does this affect?
Maps that are not currently using https or a CNAME on browsers.
What does this mean for map users?
Any map user that tries to use the “My Location” feature will fail if the site does not use SSL.
Hosted Domain using an Iframe
Code to transfer hash from browser to iframe can be found in this article:
If you choose to use a different URL to host the iframe code, we can set up a 301 re-direct
to ensure all users with access to the old URL can still reach the map with the new URL. In
this solution, the URL would redirect to the standard “myatlas.cms.com/map.....” or any
other URL you create and provide us with. If you do not want to create a new domain
name and would rather alter your URL to match your existing domain name, we can do
this solution for you as well.