2.11.4. Using additional SVG symbols¶
You can use SVG symbols for your QGIS styles. NextGIS QGIS has a default set of icons, but you can also use your own.
Internal set is located here: C:/NextGIS/share/ngqgis/svg
220.127.116.11. Using your own markers (no server solution)¶
If you need a marker which is not part of standard library, you can use a hyperlink for this marker while creating a style in QGIS. You can upload this style and the marker will also be functional. You’ll need to host your marker somewhere to be available via hyperlink.
18.104.22.168. SVG symbols search paths¶
If your QGIS style uses local SVG symbols and server renderer can’t find them - they won’t be rendered.
To help renderer locate them you need to expand the search paths. To do that update
config.ini and add a list of additional search paths to
[qgis] svgpaths = path1, path2, ..., pathn
If your symbols are located in subfolders and style file contains something like this:
<prop v="dir1/dir2/dir3/icon.svg" k="name"/>
your path in
svgpaths should also include these subfolders, where
dir1 can be found.