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About vector format

The maps for sale at DigiAtlas.com are vectorized using the digitalization of different cartographic bases with correction and update. Each map is organized into separate layers. Each layer is determined by geographic information, such as: coastline, administrative borders, lakes, names, etc.

Each layer can be seen separately, which allows you to make different layer combinations in order to create new maps. Also you can modify all or part of the contents of each layer, without altering the remaining others. This allows you to change colors and forms, to add or erase names, whichever other type of graphic element you choose. The maps are prepared to be used in illustrations, with the goal of bettering the aspect and presentation of them. They are most useful for editorials, graphics, professional presentations, schoolwork, magazines, computer applications, multimedia, web pages, marketing, and in all places where maps may potentially better the appearance of these projects.

It is a good idea to always have at hand the ability to acquire an editable map, to save time and the trouble each time it is required for a project. To edit the maps it is necessary to have any graphic application. The maps of DigiAtlas.com are compatible with the majority of the standard applications in the market, such as: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, AutoCad and Adobe Photoshop. (*)

You can download archived examples in vector format to experiment with their possibilities. See them in our web pages.
(*) Named brandnames are trademarks registered by their respective owners.

About forms of payment: CaixaBank and PayPal

The Electronic Commerce (e-commerce) is a system that allows the purchase and sale of products or services through the Internet and other computer networks. Thanks to this system, anyone connected to the Network can acquire these goods and services regardless of where they are and 24 hours a day.

DigiAtlas.com offers you the possibility of acquiring vector maps that are 100% editable and in real time, with the main credit or debit cards, using the secure payment gateways of REDSYS and PAYPAL.

These payment methods are perfectly integrated with the DigiAtlas.com Virtual Map Library. This makes it possible to carry out commercial transactions through the Internet by accepting the payment with cards, with the guarantee that the authorization of these operations is carried out safely.

PayPal is a company of the eBay group that acts as an intermediary in the money transfers made by its customers through the Internet. It is the international leader in Internet payment solutions, with more than 230 million accounts worldwide. EBay buyers and sellers use PayPal every day, as well as many other companies on the Internet. In addition, it is available in 190 countries and regions and 24 currencies: euros, US dollars, sterling pounds, Japanese yen, Australian dollars, Canadian dollars, ...
The PayPal system allows you to make purchases with your credit card, but you can also pay online without having to write the credit card number each time a purchase is made. Once registered as a member, purchases can only be made with the email address. This company uses a secure server (https) so all transactions are subject to the greatest privacy and security. This service links your e-mail to a credit card number and makes it the safest and easiest of online payment methods.

Redsys also offers quality payment system services; Safe, flexible, innovative, efficient and sustainable over time that make them competitive in the markets where they serve their customers.
As a reference at national and international level, Redsys has created a series of standards and technological-operative solutions for financial institutions and other important players in the industry, both in Spain and in Europe and Latin America.
DigiAtlas.com incorporates a Virtual POS of CaixaBank (La Caixa) based on the Redsys system, to accept card payments, as well as allowing payment by bank transfer.

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