Actually I wanted to include more new features in v2.0, but Vincèn today informed me about a bug on installations with French as a language which caused marker and layer maps to break in backend area. So v2.0 gets release today with the following highlights:
Geo Sitemap support
Once you’ve created your markers via Leaflet Maps Markers, you’ll also want to be sure users can find your KML files using Google Search, take advantage of Google searches to drive traffic to your content.This can
On the marker and layer listing page in the backend you will find a new link “Geo Sitemap” next to the Wikitude-Export link.
By clicking on this link, you get the url for the geo sitemap and see its contents, for example: https://www.mapsmarker.com/wp-content/plugins/leaflet-maps-marker/leaflet-geositemap.php
Currently you have to submit your geo sitemap to Google manually (please see this tutorial for details). In one of the next versions I plan to ping Google automatically.
New mass actions for selected markers only
With the introduction of multi-layer-maps in v1.7 some users were asking for better ways to delete and assign selected markers only. Till now, this was only possible via Tools for all markers of a layer.
With v2.0 I added a “mass action box” on the marker listing page, which allows you to delete and assign only selected markers. I hope, that this feature will help those of you, who organize their markers in many different layers.
Updated French translation
Thanks again to Vincèn Pujol, http://www.skivr.com, for this update!
- NEW: added support for geo sitemaps for all marker and layer maps
- NEW: added mass actions (delete+assign to layer) for selected markers only
- BUGFIX: maps didnt show up on French installations on backend
- UPDATED French translation thanks to Vincèn Pujol, http://www.skivr.com
Please let me what you think of this new release. If you have any issues, please see this page on how to get support. If an important feature is missing, please add your feature requests on Github. I am also looking for more translations – if you would like to contribute a new one, please visit this page for more information.