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I downloaded qgis, geoserver, openlayers, ext, geoext, qgis-web-client and osgeo. And i have map shape files. i would like create website like this site. i need help. can you send tutorial links thank you very much

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thank you very much – Byambatsogt Tumurkhuu Aug 9 '12 at 8:17
please consider accepting an answer – underdark Sep 6 '12 at 20:48

Go through the following questions.

  1. GIS for the web

  2. Steps to Start Web Mapping

  3. Web GIS Development Skill Sets

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This web map was created using:

QGIS - set up how you want your project to look

QGIS Server (sometimes called QGIS MapServer) - serve up your QGIS project

QGIS Web Client - browser-based access to your QGIS project

If you don't already have one, I would recommend setting up a Linux box first. Linux Mint and Ubuntu work particularly well. You'll also need to know a thing or two about the Apache HTTP Server.

Good luck.

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Hi all i installed and view qgis web client. i just need search from my data – Byambatsogt Tumurkhuu Sep 12 '12 at 10:10
The installation guide describes how to perform a search against a PostGIS/PostgreSQL database. – Rayner Sep 12 '12 at 11:26
i installed postgresql and imported shape file information by postgis. but don't match fields of searchtables – Byambatsogt Tumurkhuu Sep 12 '12 at 11:56
@Byambatsogt Tumurkhuu Better to ask this as a separate question after accepting one of the answers above. – Rayner Sep 27 '12 at 19:23

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