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KML Generator: Generate KML definitions for Google Earth

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kmlgenerator 1.0GNU General Publi...3.0XML, Geography
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This package can be used to generate KML definitions for use with Google Earth maps.

It can add several features to a KML definition like points with given geographic coordinates, lines, polygons, links, and overlaid icons.

The class can return the KML definitions as XML document strings or serve them as the output of the current script.

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KML is a XML format used by the Google Earth program to describe locations and features to be presented on the map of a region.

Importing KML files may greatly enhance the interest and the value of the maps presented by Google Earth.

This class makes it simple to generate KML files in PHP.

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Plain text file class.kml.php Class Classes and examples
HTML file example.html Data Exmaple to work with kml server or kml generator
Plain text file exampleDinamicKml.php Example Example of Dinamic Kml
Plain text file exampleLink.php Example Example of Link kml

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