Among the general information of a layer, there is its name, which can be changed by clicking the edit icon next to the layer name. Below is also information about the parent group to which the layer belongs and the layer geometry type.
Thanks to the download tool, the user has the option to download the selected layer to his local computer. Before downloading a layer, select the coordinate system and file format. The following formats are offered: .shp, .geojson, .gml.
In the “Visibility” tab, the user can choose which columns of the attribute table should be visible and which ones should be hidden when displaying in the published mode. You can also enable or disable the default layer visibility. In addition, the user has the option of selecting a scale range for which the selected layer will be visible. We also have the option to enable or disable layer visibility in published mode. One of the most important aspects is the last tab option, i.e. setting the layer transparency. Transparency can be adjusted by moving the slider or entering a value.
At this point, the user can style the objects of the selected layer. After entering the style edition, the user can choose the style parameters and individually adjust the appearance of objects to his needs. It is also possible to import a pre-made style file or download a created style in Mapmaker. The last element in this tab is the editing of object labels. With the labeling settings, the user can set the label parameters according to his own needs.
Among the layer details there is a legend that is displayed after clicking the show button. The second element that can be displayed in this tab is the attribute table. The user can call up the attribute table here, while the attribute table called this way has no editing tools. This is only a preview of it.