I am using an HTML frame to provide Google mapping services and it fails with the following message:
5c805f_a2a3b6bafb6145c7759b09524d4e329a.html:57 Geolocation access has been blocked because of a Feature Policy applied to the current document. See https://goo.gl/EuHzyv for more details.
That link includes the following:
In order for a cross-origin frame to use these features, the embedding page must specify a Feature Policy which enables the feature for the frame. For example, to enable geolocation in an iframe, the embedder could specify the iframe tag as:
<iframe src="https://example.com" allow="geolocation"></iframe>
Do I need to add the <iframe ... ></iframe> structure to my HTML?
If I do so what is the src= ?
Or can I set a property on the page I am building and allow geolocation for the entire page and how would I do that?