Before sharing your map with the public, it needs to be switched 'on'. Here's how.
When you create a new map, it will be "offline" by default. Offline simply means that no one outside of your account can access the map.
Once you have added layers, set your ... Continue reading 🡒
The direct, public link for maps is simply the address in your web browser.
When signed in, you see your administration features on the left of the map. This is not visible to anonymous viewers of your map.
If your map is password protected, users will see... Continue reading 🡒
The Social Sharing panel is an administrator only feature.
End users of your map can share features or places using the new Share & Bookmark tools. See this chapter for details.
Short URL and Social sharing
Map URLs are often long and complex. If you want ... Continue reading 🡒
Mango provides simple URL parameters to allow linking directly to a feature
Particularly useful for users who want to create links between external websites or databases that will open a specific map with a specific feature from a layer highlighted. If popu... Continue reading 🡒
Map embedding allows you to embed a map in your website or blog. To access the embed code, open the map editor and click on the SHARE MAP panel on your administration sidebar to get the iframe embed code for your map.
An inlin... Continue reading 🡒