G3W-FRONTEND: the front end portal

This section describes the different sections of the access portal and how to login to the Administration Panel

The login portal sessions

The G3W-SUITE application is accessible via any internet browser (FireFox and Chrome recommended) via the URL address defined during installation

If you have also installed the front-end portal from the GitHub repository, access to the application will be via the portal itself.

The home page will contain, in addition to a brief and customizable presentation of the service, also:

  • a menu at the top right side _images/g3wsuite_portal_menu_toprigth.png with the following items:

    • Change language

    • Go back to the home page

    • Login

  • a panel menu on the right with the following items:

    • Maps

    • Info


Most of the information shown in the access portal can be defined from the Configurations -> Edit General Data session, accessible from the icon located in the upper right corner of the Administration Panel.



The Info session can contains a small introduction and contact information for your company or public facility.



Within G3W-SUITE it is possible to organize webgis services in hierarchical containers (Cartographic Macrogroups and Cartographic Groups)

By accessing the Maps session, the Macrogroups (if present) will be displayed, access to the Macrogroup will allow you to view the associated Cartographic Groups and from these access the list of individual WebGis services.

The MacroGroups, Groups and WebGis services listed will be those defined as free access.

If you have a user for access, you can authenticate yourself through the Login session.

Following authentication, the Maps page will also show the MacroGroups, Groups and WebGis services with restricted access and on which the user has access permissions.




If you have a user with login credentials, you can authenticate yourself through this session by entering your user and password.

If you are an Administrator or Editor of 1 or 2 level, you can also access the Administration session.

Once logged in, you access the Admin session and from here, via the “Backend” button to the Administration panel