URL Parameters for Public Maps
Public Maps can be configured to start in a particular location, or have a label added to the map.
Below are all the configurations supported. The 'requires' column shows which additional parameters are also required when using a given parameter. The URL can be used to display a full screen web page, or embeddable map if used within an iFrame.
Set the x/easting/longitude for the center of the Map. This must be in the projection the map is set in.
Set the y/northing/latitude for the center of the Map. This must be in the projection the map is set in.
Set the zoom level for the map (0-28). NOTE for some customers were the extent is limited already, it's recommended to set zoom > 7
Add a label to the given coordinates
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