Map editor

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In 'Map editor' category of the Wizard (Select оbject tag, then click button 'Edit map' in panel 'Properties') you can customize the structure of the map.

Map editor

Through the map editor you can add locations. The top level of the map structure is <map> element. Then goes <objects> element, which combine <location> in groups. Each group has its own caption. These captions are used in map filters. Also each group can have unique icon. <objects> elements containAt the top level of the XML document is a <map> element. Then goes <objects> element, which combine <location> in groups. Each group has its own caption. These captions are used in map filters. Also each group can have unique icon. <objects> elements contain <location>. <location> elements can have optional elements like <info>, <description>, <photos> and <table>. <info> element represents info window that looks like a bubble and connected to a marker. <description> element contain description of the object and is displayed at the bottom of the map. Photos from the <photos> element can be added into info window and description. If the <location> element contain <table>, so the info of this element will be displayed in the table under the map. The main table structure is created according the <table> element structure from the first <location> element. And captions of the <param> element are used as the titles of the table columns. <location> elements can have optional elements like <info>, <description>, <photos> and <table>. <info> element represents info window that looks like a bubble and connected to a marker. <description> element contain description of the object and is displayed at the bottom of the map. Photos from the <photos> element can be added into info window and description. If the <location> element contain <table>, so the info of this element will be displayed in the table under the map. The main table structure is created according the <table> element structure from the first <location> element. And captions of the <param> element are used as the titles of the table columns.

For a more convenient use, you can use first <location> element from the objects group as a template. You can completely clone this element, or partially – only its structure. To do this, check or uncheck "Clone only the structure".

Map

  • Add objects

    Button that adds element, which combine locations in groups.

Objects

  • Caption

    Caption of the location group. This caption is used in map filters.

  • Icon

    Icon of the location group. This icon is used in map filters.

  • Enabled

    A Boolean value that indicates whether this group of locations will be visible on the map.

  • Add location

    Button that adds locations in the group.

Location

  • Caption

    Caption of the location.

  • Latitude

    Latitude coordinate of the location.

  • Longitude

    Longitude coordinate of the location.

  • Address

    Address of the location.

    Note: We strongly advice not to use address (like "1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA") as address will be automatically recreated in geographic coordinates by the Google Geocoding API service. Use of the Google Geocoding API is subject to a query limit of 2,500 geolocation requests per day. (User of Google Maps API for Business may perform up to 100,000 requests per day.) This limit is enforced to prevent abuse and/or repurposing of the Geocoding API, and this limit may be changed in the future without notice. Additionally, we enforce a request rate limit to prevent abuse of the service. If you exceed the 24-hour limit or otherwise abuse the service, the Geocoding API may stop working for you temporarily. If you continue to exceed this limit, your access to the Geocoding API may be blocked.

  • Icon

    The absolute or relative URL of the location marker icon.

  • Add info, add description, add photos, add table

    Buttons that can add optional elements like: info, description, photo and table to the location.

Info

  • Caption

    A Boolean value that indicates whether the location caption will be visible in the location marker tip.

  • Photo

    A Boolean value that indicates whether the location photo will be visible in the location marker tip (photo from the first <photo> element <photo> will be displayed in the info window. Mouse click over the image will open popup window with slideshow).

  • Parameters

  • Contain the list of the params from the <table> element, which will be displayed in the info window. Caption of the <params> are listed without spaces, only using comma.
  • Content

    Description of the location that is visible in the location marker tip.

Description

  • Photo

    A Boolean value that indicates whether the location photo will be visible in the location description which is displayed at the bottom of the map (photo from the first <photo> element <photo> will be displayed in the info window. Mouse click over the image will open popup window with slideshow).

  • Parameters

  • Contain the list of the params from the <table> element, which will be displayed in the location description. Caption of the <params> are listed without spaces, only using comma.
  • Content

    Description of the location that is visible in the location description which is displayed at the bottom of the map.

Photos

  • Add photo

    Button that adds photos to the location. Photos will be added into info window and location description. Mouse click over the image will open popup window with slideshow.

  • Caption

    Caption of the location photo.

  • Photo

    The absolute or relative URL of the location photo.

Table

  • Add param

    Button that adds location parameters to the table under map. The main table structure is created according the <table> element structure from the first <location>.

  • Caption

    Caption of the location parameter to the table under map. This caption will be used as a title of the table columns.

  • Value

    Value of the location parameter to the table under map.