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WISroGIS

Created on Monday, 30 June 2008. Posted in Joomla || Extensions/Joomla Mapping Extensions

Let Your Imagination Fly: WISroGIS 4 Webris for Joomla 3: the leading GIS interactive map publishing solution for Joomla! Version 4 offers GIS data publishing and articles geotagging. Enjoy top solutions: ...

How to Use KML Files on WISroGIS Maps

Created on Thursday, 27 September 2012. Posted in Support/GIS Tutorials

... Overlay, then select the KML File source from the list of the available KML files (images/gis/ directory on your server); make sure the layer is published then save it Create a new map or use an existing ...

WISroGIS 3.3 available for download

Created on Tuesday, 28 February 2012. Posted in Content/News

... [Interface] Backend top options/managers not selected after various ops * 0000235: [Bug] SOBI2 unpublished and unapproved entries * 0000240: [Feature] jQuery library load enable/disable option  ...

WISroGIS Quick Start

Created on Tuesday, 10 January 2012. Posted in Support/GIS Tutorials

... een you should see that WISroGIS plugin is installed (Yes) and published (Yes). If any of these 2 options are set to No, follow the existing link to go and set up the plugin accordingly. If Google  ...

Articles Geotagging

Created on Monday, 09 January 2012. Posted in Support/GIS Tutorials

Using WISroGIS you can add articles from your Joomla site to your own maps. To achieve this, you need to associate coordinates to each article to be published on map - this process is called geotagging. ...

Ekonomys Quotes: Quick Start. Using the software

Created on Monday, 09 January 2012. Posted in Support/Ekonomys Q&A

...  Position of the module matches the used template; if the position is not used in your template then the module will not be shown, even though is published. Start using Ekonomys Quotes The defaul ...
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