L.polygon(latLngs, options)

wrld.js requires that users create instances of L.Polygon via the standard Leaflet factory (see creation example below).

// Create a polygon covering downtown San Francisco.
    [37.786617, -122.404654],
    [37.797843, -122.407057],
    [37.798962, -122.398260],
    [37.794299, -122.395234]
// Create a polygon with holes
var polygonPoints = [
  [[37.786617, -122.404654], //outer ring
  [37.797843, -122.407057],
  [37.798962, -122.398260],
  [37.794299, -122.395234]],

  [[37.795168, -122.402665], //hole
  [37.792300, -122.403781],
  [37.792656, -122.400420]],

  [[37.790979, -122.403028], //another hole
  [37.790404, -122.401272],
  [37.788705, -122.402579],
  [37.789706, -122.403516]]];

var poly = L.polygon(polygonPoints).addTo(map);
Argument Type Description
latLngs number[] An array of points that define the perimeter and optionally holes of the polygon.
options object Accepts all of the options to L.Polygon, plus additional wrld.js entries.


Options Type Default Description
elevation number 0.0 Altitude above ground or sea level in meters.
elevationMode string ‘heightAboveGround’ Whether altitude is measured above ground level (“heightAboveGround”) or sea level (“heightAboveSeaLevel”).
indoorMapId string ’’ The id of the indoor map with which the Polygon will be associated.
indoorMapFloorId number 0 The identifier of the indoor map floor on which the Polygon should be displayed. In the WRLD Indoor Map Format, this corresponds to the ‘z_order’ field of the Level object.
displayOption string ‘currentFloor’ Controls when the Polygon should be displayed in an indoor map. Option ‘currentIndoorMap’ will draw the Polygon in the appropriate indoor map when any floor is selected; ‘currentFloor’ will draw the Polygon only on the specified floor.



Returns the elevation in meters.


Set the elevation in meters.

Argument Type Description
elevation number The elevation in meters.


Returns the elevation mode.


Set the elevation mode.

Argument Type Description
elevationMode string Whether altitude is measured above ground level (“heightAboveGround”) or sea level (“heightAboveSeaLevel”).
Props L.Wrld.Prop
Themes L.Wrld.themes
UI Layers L.Marker L.Popup
Heatmaps L.Wrld.Heatmap
Events Event objects
Services (Optional) WrldPoiApi