urlsattribute of the
stateparameter of the query string. Make sure to use
https, to encode any special characters and that gpx.studio is allowed to request the files, otherwise the requests will be blocked by the CORS policy, i.e. you should set the following header in your server response:
Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * or
idsattribute of the
stateparameter of the query string and make sure they are available to all users with the link.
Choose the map shown by default with the parameter
source among the following values:
outdoors: Mapbox Outdoors
satellite: Mapbox Satellite
To use Mapbox maps, you need to specify the
token parameter with a valid Mapbox token.
You can optionally add parameters to the source URL:
imperial to get data in miles and feet,
running to display the pace in minutes by unit of distance,
distance to show distance markers and
direction to show direction markers. Below is a playground to play with the parameters, see a preview and get the HTML code.
File URLs (separated by commas)
Google Drive file IDs (separated by commas)
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Last updated July 26, 2021.