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To test out GeoLocation, you will need to access the page from your local development environment (or a web
server). Refer back to the section “Making Your Video Accessible” in Chapter 11 for more information on how to set
up a local development environment.
Now open the Locations page in your web browser. I recommend using Google Chrome for testing out GeoLocation.
You should see a permissions dialog appear at the top of the screen just below the URL bar, as shown in Figure 13-2.
This important privacy feature gives the user the option to either allow or block your website from using his or her
location data, and so cannot be overridden.
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Figure 13-2 Location permissions in Google Chrome.
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