• Basic style
    Basic layer styling applies the same style to all features in the layer.   For Line layers For line data you can set the width, style, color, and opacity of both line and outline. If you wish to hide the outline, set the Style to None.   For Polygon layers... Continue reading 🡒
  • Category style
    Category layer styling allows you to give features within a layer specific styles based on values in the attribute data.   For example, if you have a dataset that contains election results by U.S State, using a category style you can color each State that w... Continue reading 🡒
  • Quantity style
    Also known as a choropleth map, the quantity style shows features coloured proportionally based on a numerical attribute value. Quantity layer styling allows you to create a choropleth map in which areas are shaded in proportion to the measurement of the nu... Continue reading 🡒
  • Bubble style
    A bubble map shows different sized circular markers for points, lines, and polygon features. The bubble sizes are based on a selected numerical attribute value from your layer. To style your data as a bubble map, open the Layers panel, and click the edit i... Continue reading 🡒
  • Heatmap style
    The heat map style displays density of geographic points as a gradient color layer, with highest density is shown as red, lowest density as blue. To style your point data as a heat map, open the Layers panel and click the edit button on your desired layer.... Continue reading 🡒
  • Custom style (SLD) β
    The custom style editor allows advanced styling of features and labels via Style Layer Descriptor (SLD) XML. Available on all plans    This feature is currently in early beta. When using this feature on live maps, you should consider the following caveat... Continue reading 🡒
  • Scaling symbology with real-world ground units
    Default symbology styles in Mango are fixed across all zoom levels, which is preferable in most mapping use cases. However, there are many cases where a symbol would ideally be scaled relative to real-world units of measurement. Using Custom SLD, it's possi... Continue reading 🡒