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The tags used are:


Name Description
_yourid_ Replaced with Your ID,from the database
_yourdata1_ Replaced with Your Data1, from the database
_yourdata2_ Replaced with Your Data2, from the database
_yourdata3_ Replaced with Your Data3, from the database
_yourdata4_ Replaced with Your Data4, from the database
_yourdata5_ Replaced with Your Data5, from the database
_yourdata6_ Replaced with Your Data6, from the database
If using filters then can stop details being shown on pin if "NODETAILS"
_yourdata7_ Replaced with Your Data7, from the database
_yourdata8_ Replaced with Your Data8, from the database
_postcode_ Replaced with postcode,from the database
_longitude_ Replaced with Longitude,from the database
_latitude_ Replaced with Latitude,from the database
_km_ or _mile_ Distance from target
_dateadded_ Replaced with date added to the database
_rank_ Replaced with rank count for page of results
_type_ Replaced with type
_alphcount_ Replaced with A,B,C... count for page of results

HeaderTemplate and FooterTemplate

Name Description
_recordcount_ Replaced with record count of results found in list.
_pincount_ Replaced with map pin count of results found in list.
_listcount_ Replaced with number of items in list on current page
_nopages_ Replaced with number of pages of results
_pageno_ Replaced with page number
_pageselection_ Replaced with link to pages [1] [2] [3]...
_previouspage_ Replaced with link to previous page if on page 2 onwards
_nextpage_ Replaced with link to next page if on page 1 to last but one. See example below...


Name Description
_targetpostcode_ Replaced with Target Postcode in link
_page_ Replaced with Target Page in link
See example below...

Extra Notes on Map Parameters

All the other parameters are used by mapping functions, and can be left blank if map is not needed.

Map Icons for each type code

IconsLocation is optional, but should point to web directory where pin icons can be found.   Icons should be named "icon" & type & ".png" so different icons can be used for different types of nearest property. Such as schools etc.  If blank will use default Google pin.  If type is not used you should give a "icon.png", and "shadicon.png" if shadows are on.  [See Example 5]

Target Pin (Query Postcode location)

if ShowTargetPin then displays a ping for the Target Postcode "icontarget.png" (Yellow Pin), and "shadicontarget.png" if shadows are on.    [See Example 2 and 3]

Click on Icon to view Details

TargetPin_Details show if user clicks on pins.  Leave blank if not needed.  Click on target pin in example 2 and 3.
ShowShadowOnPins, if true then uses shadow pins.  Uses the same names as other icon with prefix "shad". Therefore "icontarget.png" becomes "shadicontarget.png".  If using filter on types then icon for shadow is called "shadiconfilterout.png". 

TabTemplate1 template to merge with your data to show details when user clicks on pin.   Leave blank to just show pins.   [See Example 2]

TabTemplate2-4 extra tabs on pins.  Leave blank if not needed.  Use tag <tabname>Tab Name</tabname> to define tab names withinTabTemplate1-4.    [See Example 3]

Numbered Icons

UseNumberedPins if True then uses "iconx.png" where x is the rank in the results.  This allows you to create pins representing 1-10 (or A-Z) and display them which match the text results (using _rank_ or
_alphcount_ tag to match).   [See Example 4 and 5]

Altering Pin size

Target_PinIcon_Details,Included_PinIcon_Details and FilteredOut_PinIcon_Details 
should be a list of co-ordinates for each type of icon.  IconsSizeX, IconSizeY, ShadowSizeX, ShadowSizeY, IconAnchorX, IconAnchorY, InfoWindowAnchorX and InfoWindowAnchorY


ExtraFlags allows extra functionality, as listed below:

Name Description
NOSCALE removes scale on Google map.

Each value should be separated by comma