1 Zoom in/out on the map clicking on the [+/-] symbol on the right side of the map

2 Zoom in on the map with a double click of the mouse

3 Pressing on the left button of the mouse and dragging on the map in the desired direction, it is possible to do the pan

4 It is possible to select the archaeological site represented by points or icons at different zoom levels clicking on them with the mouse.

7 Add your location on the map clicking on the symbol.

8 Open the layers selection/deselection and legend page clicking on the symbol.

9 Add the ability to select feature with a box clicking on the symbol. ( It doesn't work on tablet).

10 Use a circular area to view featurese clicking on the symbo. Press the  '+' key to enlarge and the '-' key to reduce the area. ( It doesn't work on tablet)

11 See all features by clicking symbol.



Attention!: if the elements are not visible zoom until they are visible.


In order to have access to the research of archaeological site click on “Search” in the bar of commands


In the page ‘Search’ it is possible:

1 selecting the pages of the results (if the results will visualize more than 20 elements) clicking on the numbers under the button "Refine research"

2 adding research filters clicking on the button "Refine research"

3 visualizing the content of the searched element clicking on its name

4 zooming in the map visualizing the element by a click on its coordinates (latitude and longitude)

5 having access to the pages for contents modification clicking on the word"Modify"

Attention!: Only people registered to the portal can modify site descriptions. To sign up for the portal as editors see "Subscription as editor" section

1 clicking on the word “access” in the bar of commands it is possible to login as editor users of the portal

2 after the check of username and password, in case of editor credentials, in the menu above will appear a link to the page "Modify"

3 the page "Modify" è is accessible also by pages showing information about archaeological sites with a click on the word "Modify"

4 in the "Modify" page it is possible:

4.1 editing monolingual text fields: Name, Location and multilingual: Description. In case the text is known in only in one language it is possible to fill only the relative field. However, make sure though that, in case the Description fields related to the other languages are not empty, they are the translation of what is already put in.

4.2 insert the status of conservation of the site through the specific selector

4.3 insert the addresses on the facebook page “Adopt a nuraghe”, Wikipedia and wikimapia, which describe the site

4.4 insert the video code on vimeo and/or youtube


4.5 insert a geometry locating the site in a point, line or polygon shape..

In order to select an action to be done on the editing map, use the buttons on the left inside the map. Once the action has been selected the instruction for the editing will appear. With the first button it is possible to come back to the initial geometry, if it exists

5 with the button "Save" it is possible to save the modifications, in case of errors the form will be presented again

Attention!: Only people registered to the portal can modify site descriptions. To sign up for the portal as editors see "Subscription as editor" section

To be able to edit data you need to registre to the website as editor. Registration is not automatic but it has the following procedure:

1 a user sends an email with the subject “registration request” at nurnet@tiscali.it  containing name, surname and email;


2 the user will receive an email containing nickname and password

3 the user can access to the GeoPortal as editor

4 after entering nickname and password the user can edit contents


The Geoportal of Nurnet project has been realized by the CRS4 GIS group:
Roberto Demontis (data model design and geoportal implementation)
Eva Lorrai (data model design and pre-processing)
Laura Muscas (data model design and pre-processing)
Valentina Spanu (data pre-processing)
with partecipation of Raffaella Sanna (beta tester)

in collaboration with  Nurnet Foundation