To share a tour project with more than one person without entering individual email addresses, you can use the Overlay Editor share function that allows anyone who has the link to open and edit a tour.
You are looking at how to set a logo that adapts or “responds” to different screen sizes using the CSS recipes editor or the Styles feature. This can be easily done by setting the ready made code from https://recipes.tourmkr.com/.
In this post, you will see how to set width of an input text in Splash Screen plugin using CSS recipe editor or the Overlay Styles feature.
Here are some simple steps on how to embed an overlay virtual tour on your website.
Pano list allows you to access the Map box and all the panoramas you have in one constellation. In short, Pano list is like a panorama library where you can find the collection of panoramas within a tour.
If you need an exact copy of an overlay project with all the embedding plugins, you can use the cloning function of the Overlay Editor.
Extending the cloning functionality already in GoThru Overlay Editor that allows you to create different versions of an Overlay, GoThru Overlay Editor now supports multiple overlay functionality.
Pano Label is another attribute that can be added to your overlay. This plugin is used to provide a pano title that is clickable and shown over the panorama. Pano label is also used to improve the navigation and tell the visitors information about what they are exploring within a virtual tour.
Compass plugin allows you to put a compass for tour navigation that indicates direction. It can be set up from Other > Compass, in the plugin manager.
If you use a Gothru Overlay Editor, you probably have a tour that you wouldn’t want other people to access. You might share not only the average person, but also businesses, government institutions, and millions of other people worldwide.