Geo-targeting settings

What is Geo-targeting?

Geo-targeting or Geolocation refers to the identification of the geographic location of a user or computing device via a variety of data collection mechanisms. Typically, most geolocation services use network routing addresses or internal GPS devices to determine this location. Geolocation is a device-specific API. This means that browsers or devices must support geolocation in order to use it through web applications.

How it works?

The plugin provides the possibility to display the geographic location of a user or device on the map. Once this option is activated, the map will ask the user to share their location and by accepting this operation, a new marker will be added to the map showing the user’s estimated location surrounded by a circle within a certain distance.