Geo bounds

Searching by geo bounds is based on the geographical coördinates of events and places. The difference with searching by distance is that a geo bounds query looks for all events and places in a specific geographical area defined by a pair of south-west coordinates and north-east coordinates. This allows you to find all events and places that are located on a specific Google Maps view, for example.

Currently the only way to search by geo bounds is using the bounds URL parameter.
This parameter resembles the bounds parameter from Google Maps and takes the south-west and north-east coordinates as a single string, separated by a | character.

For example:


The coordinates should be decimal representations of latitude & longitude (in that order), separated by a comma.

Note! **It’s important that you pass the south-west coordinates first, and the north-east coordinates second.

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