Thursday, January 25, 2007

KML Errors

Like invalid HTML or Javascript with web browsers, KML can contain errors that prevent Google Earth from rendering content correctly. The latest version of Google Earth contains setting for how the application reacts when it encounters an error. Learn more about using these settings.

If you edit or create your own KML, you can validate it as you would any other XML data. That is, you can use the KML schema with any XML editor to check for errors before you publish it.

Read more about using KML tags.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Not sure how to do this. Can you be a bit more detailed (such as which editor do you recommend, and how do I point to the schema?)" Thanks!