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A garage sale (also known as an attic sale, junk sale, lawn sale, moving sale, patio sale, thrift sale, or yard sale) is an informal, irregularly scheduled event for the sale of used goods by private individuals, in which sellers are not required to obtain business licenses or collect sales tax. Give your members the chance to publicize and advertise their personal Garage Sales.

General features

Site home page has recent listings block.

Various browsing options are available such as New, Top, Latest, and Joined listings.

Listings can be grouped into categories to better identify what is being sold.

Integration with UNA's Timeline module.

Management section to allow the Listing owner to moderate all listings.

Recurring listing feature that allows scheduling a garage sale at particular intervals (eg first week every month)

Posting features

Poster can use Privacy settings to control access to viewing or commenting on listings. 

Location can be specified to give mapping directions.

Attach media (images, videos, files) to give a clearer description of the listing

Ability to schedule publishing at a later date.

Viewing Page features

Breadcrumbs block for easy navigation between listing home page, view page and category page

Members can indicate their interest in a listing

Members can share listings on Social Media.

Members can indicate if they will be attending a garage sale. View page lists all potential attendants.

Invitation feature to send invitations to their friends and associates who might be interested in going to the sale

Listing Owner may send a group message to all potential attendants 

Administration features

UNA ACL functionality can be used to control browsing, viewing, and posting access. Access control can be managed by going to Studio -> Permissions.

Administrator can Feature listings.

Administrator can configure Autoapprove mode (on/off via Studio).


This module has compatible versions for UNA 11 and 12. 

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    • Version 1.0.1 released - This module is now compatible with UNA 12.

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      This module adds a functionality to the Boonex's Events module. It adds a of all active and future . It also adds a to the details page where an event owner can precisely point an event's by either putting a marker directly on the map and/or dragging it to the appropriate location. The event's map also preserves a zoom state. In case the Nearby People module is installed this map also allows an event creator to show all event's participants live .

      It supports a variety of map providers and styles, including Maps, , and many others. A lot of maps providers/styles examples you can find by this link: http://leaflet-extras.github.io/leaflet-providers/preview/index.html. Most of these providers are free to use, which means that you don't have to pay anything in order to display the maps on your site.

      Also you may be interested in Locations Map module which shows locations of all kinds of site content.


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        • The setting in the backend doesn't affect the map of a particular event. That setting is ONLY for the all events map (the one which is on a separate page).

          The zoom level of a particular event is being saved to a DB whenever you're updating the event's location manually via putting or dragging the event's marker. So the only known way of setting the zoom like on your screenshot is to zoom out completely and put/drag the event's marker thus updating its location along with its zoom state. If you want to zoom in and keep that zoom state then you must drag the marker a bit for this to be saved into DB.

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          • SOLVED. But a bit strange. Viewing the event. NOT editing. Simply adjust the location on the map in event-view. Gotcha.

            Never thought, that this has to be handled NOT in the edit-event-page. 

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            • The event-edit page allows only to provide an address but not the exact location. Moreover it requires the google geolocation API to be enabled. While the map on the view page allows to precisely point the exact location of an event directly on a map by placing/dragging a marker, even if an address has not been provided at all or is not available for the event.

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            • Another brilliant module from ABQ. The Events Map module have truly enriched the user experience on our site. We use several modules from ABQ and we are very pleased with all of them. We sent them a function suggestion, and the next day they had made an update with our suggestion. Excellent service! So, to sum it up, ABQ produce highly relevant and high-quality modules. RECOMMENDED!

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