Chapter 3. Geometry
Create a path and specify its width and color.
Create a polygon and specify its color and transparency.
Explain what line tessellation is and why you would use it.
Add a simple model to a KML file.
Add elements to a KML file with information about the author and web source of the file.
As you’ve already seen, a <Placemark> can contain a <Point> that defines its geographic location. This chapter describes how a Placemark can contain any member of the Geometry family of elements, or a combination of the following elements:
A Geometry element defines the fundamental ...