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Additional map settings provided by Google Maps
General
Enter the dimensions and the measurement units. E.g. 200px or 100%.
Enter the dimensions and the measurement units. E.g. 200px or 100%.
The initial resolution at which to display the map, where zoom 0 corresponds to a map of the Earth fully zoomed out, and higher zoom levels zoom in at a higher resolution up to 20 for streetlevel.
The maximum zoom level of the map. If omitted, or set to null, the default maximum zoom from the current map type is used instead.
The minimum zoom level of the map. If omitted, or set to null, the default minimum zoom from the current map type is used instead.
Behavior
Define how to handle interactions with map on mobile. Read the introduction for handling or the details, available as of v3.27 / Nov. 2016.

Map Features

Enable Feature Settings Weight
Add address search with geocoding functionality map.
Component Restrictions
Boundary Restriction
Open InfoBubble on Marker click.
This button closes the tooltip.
Before opening this infobubble closes the others
A 12x12 pixel image
Allow the user to switch the shadow style
Change padding.
Change border radius
Change border width.
Change border color.
Change background color.
Change Minimum width.
Change maximum width.
Change minimum height.
Change maximum height.
Select the arrow style of the infobubble.
%
Horizontal position in %.
px
Change arrow height in px.
Add button to toggle map type.
Restrict map to set bounds.
Add map styling JSON.
A JSON encoded styles array to customize the presentation of the Google Map. See the Styled Map section of the Google Maps website for further information.
Group elements on the map.
Various examples are available.
Set the marker image path. If omitted, the default image path https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/examples/markerclusterer/m will be used.
Set custom Cluster styles in JSON Format. Custom Styles have to be set for all 5 Cluster Images. See the reference for details.
Whether clicking zooms in on a cluster.
Whether the center of each cluster should be the average of all markers in the cluster.
Set the grid size for clustering.
Set the minimum size for a cluster of markers.
Icon properties.
Set relative or absolute path to custom marker icon. Tokens supported. Empty for default. Attention: In views contexts, additional icon source options are available in the style settings.
The position at which to anchor an image in correspondence to the location of the marker on the map. By default, the anchor is located along the center point of the bottom of the image.
The position of the image within a sprite, if any. By default, the origin is located at the top left corner of the image (0, 0).
The origin of the label relative to the top-left corner of the icon image, if a label is supplied by the marker. By default, the origin is located in the center point of the image.
The display size of the sprite or image. When using sprites, you must specify the sprite size. If the size is not provided, it will be set when the image loads.
The size of the entire image after scaling, if any. Use this property to stretch/shrink an image or a sprite.
Open InfoWindow on Marker click.
If checked, clicking a marker will close the current info window before opening a new one.
Add rotation control.
Label properties.
The color of the label text. Default color is black.
The font family of the label text (equivalent to the CSS font-family property).
The font size of the label text (equivalent to the CSS font-size property). Default size is 14px.
The font weight of the label text (equivalent to the CSS font-weight property).
Opacity properties.
1 = solid, 0 = invisible
Clicking on a marker will try to scroll to the respective ID.
ID to scroll to on click. Tokens supported.
Set a URL anchor.
Clicking a link with the class "geolocation-marker-zoom" and this anchor target will zoom to the specific marker and animate it. Tokens supported.
Split up overlapping markers on click.
Set relative or absolute path to the image to be displayed while markers are spiderfiable. Tokens supported.
If you know that you won’t be moving any of the markers you add to this instance, you can save memory by setting this to true.
If you know that you won’t be hiding any of the markers you add to this instance, you can save memory by setting this to true.
By default, the OverlappingMarkerSpiderfier works like Google Earth, in that when you click a spiderfied marker, the markers unspiderfy before any other action takes place. Setting this to true overrides this behavior.
By default, clicking an empty spot on the map causes spiderfied markers to unspiderfy. Setting this option to true suppresses that behavior.
This is the pixel radius within which a marker is considered to be overlapping a clicked marker.
This is the lowest number of markers that will be fanned out into a spiral instead of a circle.
Determines the positioning of markers when spiderfied out into a circle.
Determines the positioning of markers when spiderfied out into a spiral.
This determines the thickness of the lines joining spiderfied markers to their original locations.
Allows you to add real-time traffic information (where supported) to your maps.
Add button to toggle map type.
Add button to toggle map type.
Add button to recenter map.
Provide context / right-click popup window.
A right click on the map will open a context popup with this content. Tokens supported. Additionally "@lat, @lng" will be replaced dynamically.
Allows you to add real-time bicycling information (where supported) to your maps.
Continuously show client location marker on map.
Disable 45° tilted perspective view available for certain locations.
Disable points of interest feature. Attention: May interfere with MapStyle.
Disable any zooming or panning by interaction from the user.
Draw lines and areas over markers.
A polyline is a linear overlay of connected line segments on the map.
The stroke color. All CSS3 colors are supported except for extended named colors.
The stroke opacity between 0.0 and 1.0.
The stroke width in pixels.
When true, edges of the polygon are interpreted as geodesic and will follow the curvature of the Earth. When false, edges of the polygon are rendered as straight lines in screen space.
Polygons form a closed loop and define a filled region.
The fill color. All CSS3 colors are supported except for extended named colors.
The fill opacity between 0.0 and 1.0.
Add button to toggle fullscreen.
When using an interactive map, shows a loading icon and label if there is currently data fetched from the backend via AJAX.
Shown during loading.
Add button to center on client location. Hidden on non-https connection.
Allows you to add real-time transit information (where supported) to your maps.
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