Little Rock, Arkansas – 7/09/2017

Little Rock, Arkansas
June 2018 updates to the LFTGLY plug-in features additional customizable “LFTGLY Plugin Setup Map Post” WordPress Options for embedding a 3-D Cesium map in a New Page or New Post, including:

  • + Default URL for the GPX track overlay;
  • + Default 3-D Map View Settings
      for Camera Target Latitude and Longitude, in Decimal Degrees,
      for Camera Target Height, in Meters, and
      for Camera Heading, Pitch, and Roll, in Radians;
  • + Default 2-D Straight-down View Settings
      for Camera Target Latitude and Longitude, in Decimal Degrees, and
      for Camera Target Height, in Meters;
  • + Default Imagery Provider, as zero-based integer:
    • [0] ESRI World Imagery,
      [1] Bing Maps Aerial imagery,
      [2] OPEN STREET MAP,
      [3] National Geographic TOPO!,
      [4] USGS World Topo Map,
      [5] NH-DOT 2015 1FT Imagery,
      [6] RMC 2016 Trail Map;
      [7] Austrian OpenGovernmentData Base Map;
  • + Default 3-D Terrain Provider, as zero-based integer:
    • [0] High-resolution Cesium ION World Terrain,
      [1] WGS84 Spheroid for a smooth globe surface;
    In this version, clicking on current Cesium map view logs the camera position, heading, pitch, roll to developer console; helpful for saving current view as 3-D Map View Settings;
    Version 3.0.24 [6/12/2018] added a “Compass” button option, which spins as the map rotates to indicate what direction the camera is facing; clicking the Compass button rotates the camera to a North-facing view;
    Version 3.0.19 upgrades Cesium to v1.46 (released 2018-06-01);


This map demonstrates a CesiumJS web map embedded in a “dynamic” WordPress Post.

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  1. Updated June 10, 2018, added a new “Compass” button that tracks which direction the camera is pointing – clicking the button rotates the camera to point North (Geographic, not Magnetic).

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