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    Installation
    Veertualia /license
    Veertualia /license component allows the management of Veertualia software products licensing.
    It should be installed before the installation of any purchased product.
    License activation is necessary if you want to get access to product support and upgrades.
    Login to the administrative area of Joomla!
    Access the Joomla! Extension Manager ( Extensions > Manage ).
    Click on “Browse…”, select the Veertualia /license component zip file and click “Upload & Install”.

    Veertualia /maps
    Login to the administrative area of Joomla!
    Access the Joomla! Extension Manager ( Extensions > Manage ).
    Click on “Browse…”, select the Veertualia /maps module zip file and click “Upload & Install”.
    The module is now ready.

    Google Maps JavaScript API key
    Note: A Google Maps JavaScript API key is not required but Google suggests to register one when using its Maps API.
    You can get one by registering for free at https://console.developers.google.com/start
    More reference: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/

    License key
    After the installation process, access the Veertualia /license keys manager ( Components > Veertualia /license > Veertualia license keys )
    Click on Veertualia /maps, in the “Product” column, input your license key and save.
    Your license key is now activated and you can access to the customer support area

    Usage
    Login to the administrative area of Joomla!
    Access the Joomla! Modules Manager ( Extensions > Modules ).
    Create a new module instance by clicking on “New” and selecting “Veertualia /maps”
    Choose module options (Menu assignment, module position etc.).
    Input your Google Maps Javascript API Key.
    Choose the map properties and its layout template.
    Choose the Joomla! content previously geotagged with “Veertualia /locals” you wish to display in the map. Filter by content type, category, author etc.
    Publish the module.

    Layout overriding
    Overriding an existent map layout of Veertualia /maps is very easy.
    Just create a new folder named “mod_veertualiamaps” inside templates/your_template_folder/html/.
    Then copy here the card layout you wish to change and edit it as you wish.

    For example, if you want to modify the side list map layout (file name: side-list.php under the module tmpl folder) just copy the original file inside templates/your_template_folder/html/mod_veertualiamaps and modify it.

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