Modify the URL that confirms the user's location on a mobile device

How to allow your users to see your domain for the location prompt on a mobile device, instead of seeing Bullseye's domain.

Requirements: Any paid subscription.

When a user uses Bullseye from a mobile device, they will be asked if Bullseye can use their location to return search results.  By default, it will say " would like to use your location".  

Sometimes clients ask us to display their own url instead of because is likely not familiar to the user.

To display your url, instead of ours, you can replace the Bullseye code you originally installed with the code below. Make sure that you replace the capitalized code below with your own information as needed. You can locate the Google Maps API key that needs to be updated at  Settings > Setup > Mapping:

<!-- Start of Bullseye Locator -->

<script src='//'></script>
    <script src='//' type='text/javascript'></script>
    <script type='text/javascript'>window.onload = function () { init("//", 1945); } </script>   
    <div id='frameWrap'></div>
<!-- End of Bullseye Locator -->

Note that the code we've provided above covers all you need.  You don't need to enter your domain into the provided code.