Loading over HTTPS...

            Do you have your application in which you are using HTTPS for security and so cannot use Google Maps Javascript API? Unhappy about that? You can now be relieved! You can now access the Google Maps JavaScript API over HTTPS, allowing you to utilize the API within your HTTPS secure application. Loading the Google Maps Javascript API V3 over HTTPS allows your application to use the Maps API within pages that are secured using HTTPS: the HTTP over the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol.

            Loading the Maps API over HTTPS is necessary in SSL applications to avoid security warnings in most browsers, and is recommended for applications that include sensitive user data, such as a user's location, in requests. To load the Google Maps JavaScript API Version 3 over HTTPS, load the API from the following URL:

<script src="https://maps-api-ssl.google.com/maps/api/js?sensor=true_or_false"

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