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QGIS By Example by Daria Svidzinska, Alexander Bruy

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Publishing the map

Now, when a new database is created, we can publish the map designed in Chapter 2, Visualizing and Styling the Data, on the Internet.

Let's look at our project first; it contains raster and vector layers. There are several composers as well. Before publishing the data and map, we need to decide which information should be published and what we want to keep hidden.

By default, all vector layers are published with all their attributes available for both WMS and WFS services. All composers available in the project will be published too.

If you need to keep some attributes of the layer (or layers) unpublished, it is necessary to adjust the properties of the corresponding layer (or layers).

Note

Later, in the WMS settings section of this ...

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