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This page describes how to use the Getlocations module.
Getlocations can display locative information provided by one of the following modules:
Getlocations Fields, a submodule of Getlocations.
The Geofield module
The Geolocation module
The Location module, by enabling location_cck
Getlocations Fields (7.x-1.x) can attach a field of locative information to a node, a user, a term or a comment.
Getlocations Fields (7.x-2.x) can attach a field of locative information to any entity type, this is still experimental.
Once Getlocations Fields is installed a field with a map and an address can be added to an entity, eg a node, a user, a term or a comment.
To access a Getlocations enabled node, use the path "/getlocations/node/xxx" where xxx is the node identifier.
If Getlocations Fields has been added to a user's profile, use "/getlocations/user/xxx". For all users use "/getlocations/users"
For Comments use "/getlocations/comment/xxx" and for Taxonomy terms use "/getlocations/term/xxx".
They can also be displayed per content-type, so if your content-type has a machine name 'venue' you can show them all with
With the above path you can add another two parameters which must be a location key/value pair, so "/getlocations/type/venue/city/london" will give you all the venue locations in London.
The keys might typically be
lid or glid
If you need more complex things use Views.
You can display a list of location ids with something like
and a list of nodes with