This is a Veertualia /maps demo article
Veertualia /maps Joomla! module works in combination with Veertualia /locals and allows the user to display Veertualia /locals geo-tagged items on a beautiful and customizable map.
What can Veertualia /maps do for you?
Veertualia /maps Joomla! module is the perfect map complement for Veertualia /locals. It lets you add a beautiful and customizable map and display your Veertualia /locals global business directory geotagged content wherever you want. You can filter the displayed items by type, category, order results, author etc. Also, optionally, it lets you embed the structured data related to the selected Joomla! entries in the page where you are using it.
Cool! But what is structured data and why does it matter?
Structured data is a way to add information to your content so that machines (read: search engines) can better understand it.
As stated by Google, when your pages contain structured data, search engines can use it to better index your content or to make it more prominent in search results.
And how does it work?
Veertualia /maps is a standard Joomla! module. Create a new instance of it, choose a map layout and the Joomla! content you want to display in the map and place it everywhere you want. That’s it! Quick, nice and easy! No need to mess with code or edit your template.
- JSON-LD structured data embedding
- Overridable map layouts
- Custom map styles
- Three map layouts (Side panel, bottom panel and no panel)
- Filter Joomla! articles by count, type, category, order result, author etc.
- Multiple KML and GeoRSS custom layers overlay
- Transit, traffic, bicycle layers
- Frontend and backend in english and spanish
- Tested on all modern Joomla! frameworks
- Validates 100% with Google Structured Data Testing Tool
Please note: Veertualia /maps is not intended as a standalone map.
It will only work if installed along with Veertualia /locals.
Check out how Google Structured Data Testing Tool actually sees this page by clicking here.
(You may actually see some errors but they are related to the "Article" markup and are not due to Veertualia /maps)
Visit Veertualia /maps page on Veertualia.com!